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I Have A Statue Of Liberty Stamp With No Price On It..how Much Is It Worth? It's First Class. I Suspect It's Been Recently Outdated. How Do You Find This Online?

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A first class stamp with the Statue of Liberty on it is worth exactly what it says on the stamp - 39cents.

Currently, this is not enough to send a letter first class and additional postage must be bought to send a letter in the USA. These stamps can only be used to post from addresses in the USA to other addresses in the USA.  

The current rate of postage is 41cents, so people looking to use these stamps have to add two additional one cent stamps to a letter to post it in the USA.

This stamp was introduced in December 2005 and replaced the 37cent stamp in the USA for first class postage.

The Lady Liberty stamp was replaced by the new 41cent stamp in 2007 and is now the necessary amount needed for postage on a first class stamp in the USA.

The Lady Liberty stamp is a colorful postage stamp and is based on the Statue of Liberty which was given to the USA by France in 1886 as a gift of international friendship between the two countries. The statue is based on the Roman god of freedom Libertas who bears a torch with the date of the American Declaration of Independence on it. The statue is an icon of freedom and liberty associated strongly with the USA.

There are numerous stamp collecting websites that give the price of stamps on the internet. Consulting one of these will help you determine a stamp’s worth. One of the best is www.stamporama.com, here you can find the worth of virtually any stamp ever in production.

Collecting stamps is an exciting and fun pastime and one that many people engage in throughout the world for fun and for money. This stamp is not worth much but may be of sentimental value to many, especially due to its colorful picture.
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If it's the one that is all BLUE and you are looking up at her... Look in TINY print in bottom left corner... Does it say 2000?  If so, it's a .39 cent stamp.  This is NOT a FOREVER stamp that will be good to use no matter what the rate is up to.  The one I stated above has only the .39 cent value to it and you will have to add to it when you use it.
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It's 39 cents. It's NOT a forever stamp, it is a non-denominated stamp.  Still worth only .39 cents
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Lady Liberty and U.S. Flag (Non-denominated valued at 39-cents)    The 39-cent non-denominated First-Class definitive stamp features an image of the Statue of Liberty and the American flag. The statue was designed by French sculptor Frederic-Auguste Bartholdi with assistance from engineer and Eiffel Tower designer Alexandre-Gustave Eiffel. The statue is located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor and is a gift from France to the United States in recognition of the friendship that developed during the American Revolution. Dedicated Oct. 28, 1886, it serves as a symbol of political freedom and democracy for millions of people around the world. The stamp will be available in pressure sensitive adhesive (PSA) panes of 20, PSA booklets of 20, PSA coils of 100, and water activated gum coils of 3,000 for postal vending machines and business customers.
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Looked at the Post Office page. It's clearly 34 cents.

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39 cents. Search google with:

First class statue of liberty flag

The usps page that appears first will show you that it is 39 cents.
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Its a "forever" stamp. It originally cost .39 cents, but is worth whatever the current going rate for first class postage is, which is .44 today.

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