Welcome to StampCommunity.org. I am fairly new here, but have been collecting for many years purely for the relaxing aspect to the hobby. Thus, I do not invest monetarily in the hobby. I hope you or an acquaintance are able to join this hobby with these specimens.
To help start the identification process, I have attempted to identify the first eight depicted stamps via StampSmarter.com
- 10¢ brown orange George Washington, SCOTT # 948b, issued in 1947
- 2¢ blue George Washington, SCOTT # R5, issued in the 1860's. This is actually not a postage stamp, but rather a revenue stamp.
- 5¢ dull carmine (or carmine) Postage Due, SCOTT # J83 (or J73), issued in the 1930's
- 3¢ George Washington, issued in the 1850's. I have no experience with this vintage, so I will leave commentary for other people.
- 3¢ deep violet George Washington, SCOTT # 720. This common stamp presents an opportunity to explain identification via perforations. It is #720 because it is perforated on all four sides. The primary alternatives would have been a coil perforated only vertically (SCOTT # 721) or a coil perforated only horizontally (SCOTT # 722).
- 2¢ dull carmine (or carmine) Postage Due, SCOTT # J81 (or J71), issued in the 1930's
- 8¢ carmine and maroon Amerlia Earhart Air Mail, SCOTT # C68, issued in 1963
- 3¢ grey Final Reunion United Confederate Veterans, SCOTT # 998, issued in 1951