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Re: I have 2 books by Minkus stamp books better to sell pages?
Jul 19, 2012 10:02 PM
There are very few American stamps from the 50's that are worth more than a couple bucks.
Stamp collectors want to know what they are getting and selling individual stamps and having the knowledge about grading them properly can prove a challenge for those uninitiated in the trade.
Stamp collectors are notoriously picky and there are no shortage of stamps from the 50's from reputed and knowledgeable dealers at steeply discounted rates. If these are foreign stamps that may change my advice, so let me know what the specifics are of the collections.
That said, if these stamps are hinged, American stamps, I would recommend and truly believe that you will have a better shot at selling the books in their entirety.