On May 29, 1964, the United States issued a 5¢ John F. Kennedy and Eternal Flame stamp (Scott 1246). This is a common stamp and is valued in mint never-hinged condition at the minimum value of 25¢ in the 2017 Scott Specialized Catalogue of United States Stamps and Covers. However, mint panes of 50 are currently selling in the $7-to-$10 range.
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Only about sixteen copies in total are known to be in existence and an unused two cent missionary has a value estimated to be in the region of $750,000 or more. Even a used version is worth in the region of $225,000, so this stamp is the most highly-prized of all the valuable US stamps.. Vintage Postage Stamps All unused postage stamps issued after 1930 are essentially worth face value. That is, they are worth the denomination displayed on the stamp. If they are used, they.