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    German Bundespost Stamps 1950s

    This is my first time posting in the “stamp” sub forum but hopefully I get some better results then my previous attempt.

    Recently I purchased a decent size collection of stamps along with some audio equipment (thank you bundling!!) and I’ve been doing my best to figure out what I actually have.

    The collection included a lot of US postage ranging from the mid 1960s to the late 90s but the ones I know nothing about are the German ones.

    There was a full cigar box of loose stamps (possibly 1920s-30s) and another cigar box of stamps packed in sleeves with converted values on the back. It appears they are in order chronologically starting at 1958 but haven’t gotten to the other end of the stack. Most sleeves contain 4 stamps but other contain up to 12-16 in various denominations (10-40 pfennig)

    Are there any certain stamps that are worth more i should look out for in that range?

    Attached are some pictures of what I have but there are about 60 sleeves total.
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    Unfortunately, with few possible exceptions, your US stamps (60s--90s) are probably worth no more than face value. Donating those stamps to a Boy Scout counselor for the Stamp Collecting merit badge might give you greater valuie.
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    Here are some of the US stamps. On top of the huge pile of those, I have envelopes sorted by year (1964-1969) with about $5-7 face value in .06 cent stamps in each
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    us
    Scotland, Aye !!

    Oct 2004
    N. San Diego area (Pic of my two best 'finds'; son and grandson)
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    Those US (pictured above) stamps will have greater value than face. For one reason, they are in plate (numbered) blocks of four or more stamps; a premium feature. To get closer to the value of plate block stamps, you may wish to search Ebay for completed sales, not listings, of comparable stamps.
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