Thanks for the replies!Great to be here.I have uploaded the stamp I mentioned,its a 1964 Australian Anniversay of First Airmail stamp,and I am using the Renniks Stamps of Australia book for identification and pricing of the stamps.
As I was saying there seems to be such a lot of variation in pricing and the stamps do not seem that different to each other in certain cases,so I am wondering how valuation really works? I am gathering I think I need a more detailed book on each stamp and their variations than the one I am using,would anyone suggest a better one? I am guessing that would be the Scott catalogs?
I paid $1 for this stamp,so I am not expecting anything much more than what I paid for some years ago.I was just looking out of curiousity and information and a case study on how to value stamps and how much difference it could make.
Anyone have any comments on this stamp?And what makes it a $1 stamp?(The stamp is also in a hagner sheet in the photo)
cheers and regards!