Shaquami10, There are numerous sources for information on stamp collecting. If you learn how to use the sources they will teach you much about US stamps such as identifying a stamp, details on variations of many issues as well as their relative values. Relative means approximate value for a stamp. These values can change to more or less depending on the condition and demand for any given stamp. The value for any stamp is determined by the business standard of "supply and demand". For example, I have several "rare" stamps that are not in demand. In such cases, low supply (rare) and low demand (few or no buyers) results in low value. High supply (common) and low demand (more stamps than buyers) usually results in low value. Low supply and high demand results in high value.
Here is one website to go for some experience using your stamp, Scott #300. www.theswedishtiger.com
Click on the "Stamp identifier" link on the left to find your stamp. You can also click on a Scott number on the right side of the page,
Another site to help you learn more is www.stampsmarter.com
After it loads, click on "Features" at the top of the page.
Then click on "1847USA". Next, click on "ALL STAMPS FINDER".
If you want to see all Benjamin Franklin stamps click on SEARCH BY KEYWORD(S). After this, in the "Enter Keyword" search box, delete the word "Christmas" and put in "Franklin". You will see lots of Ben Franklin stamps but yours is not on the first page. At the bottom of the list of Franklin stamps click on "Next" until you find your stamp.
Learning how to find and use websites can make stamp collecting much more fun and informative.