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Posted 06/19/2017   09:45 am  Show Profile Bookmark this topic Add momof4 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Hello all, newbie here. I am not a stamp collector myself but came across this site looking for answers on a stamp machine I have. My husband, who I call Sanford, is a collector of many things. I always tell him that our children are going to have a wonderful estate sale :)

He's decided to let me sell some of the many antiques he has acquired over the years. About ten years ago, his uncle died leaving him with more stamps that one human should have along with this stamp machine. I've done some research on it but am having a hard time finding anything in regards to the "2 cent" side. I would like to sell this but would prefer to be a little educated about it first. I'm not looking to make a million on it but would like to know an approximate worth. eBay does have some listings for the 4 and 5 cent machines but I tend to think eBay's prices are sometimes inflated and would like other sources of info on it.

The machine itself is in excellent condition and still works. We have the key, although it is MIA at the moment. I'm sure it is in one of the many boxes of stamps that we have.

Any input would be greatly appreciated. There is a wealth of info on this site. Thanks for letting me be part of it!




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Posted 06/26/2017   7:40 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Laurie 02 to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
First off, welcome!

what an awesome looking piece of equipment, I wish I was closer!

I hope you have a lot of fun and make new friends!

Cheers

Laurie
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