I have a 634A question. I am an Ancient Roman coin collector. I am also an old man going through a bunch of old collected things deciding what to do with them.
My aunt who died in 1973 was a stamp collector. Her kids probably got most of her better stamps but I ended up with a box they did not want. I dug it out of the garage about 5 months ago and have been educating myself about old US stamps. Old used US stamps are not worth much! There are about 100+ fat 6 ½ x 3 ½ envelopes that are numbered, a real fat envelope labeled 1800s, and about 8 inches of various stamps stuck on two-sided letter sized paper.
I posted here about November of last year about what I saw on eBay
that I had. LOL. Scam. At the time I estimated that the box had about 20K stamps. There are a lot more. 50K+? I am not going to count them!
All of the above said to get to my question. I have two fat envelopes labeled 634. I have dumped and separated one of them out. I do not know how many are here but my coin gram scale says 93.38 grams. I also have researched your affinity for the 634A stamp. I have a lot of time on my hand.
Is it worth my time digging through this large stack of old #634 stamps looking for a 634A type? OR. Should I try to find a real stamp collector willing to do so? How could I find one?
Thank you for your response-