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Is This One Of The Big, Bad Franklin 1 Cents Worth A Small Fortune?

 
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.all over again.
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If one penny is a small fortune ----- yes

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Thanks very much; sorry to trouble you.
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Time to try the "search" function on this site up above.
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Thank you, I will.
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Is important to see the back of the stamp to see if is Rotary.
And vertical 22.5+mm and horizontal 19.25mm to have an idea if it is.

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Do not measure, measuring is the least likely to give you identification help.
Start with the perforations. This stamp is 10.5 x 11 so it can only be #632. This is also a Washington/franklin which can quick be identified by color; the yellow green hue will always be a #632.
http://stampsmarter.com/1847usa/192...ntifier.html
Lastly, always assume that you have the most common stamp variety. If you found a lottery ticket on the ground, you would not assume that you had just won the mega-lottery. The same applies to stamps; they printed billions of the common varieties; the odds are better that you would get hit by lightning twice in the same day than finding one of the rare varieties.
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