SPECIAL NOTE: There are many United States stamps that look similar to the rarities listed on our website. Some of the differences between expensive rarities and common stamps can be subtle, including differences in perforation, shade and size. These stamps should have certificates from a recognized expertizing committee, such as The Philatelic Foundation or P.S.E.
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