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US Stamps 1903

Stamp Var Face Cond Type Price High Low
benjamin franklin 1c 1903 us stamps benjamin franklin 0 1c unused regular $13.14 $ - $ -
benjamin franklin 1c 1903 us postage stamps benjamin franklin 0 1c used regular $1.41 $ - $ -
benjamin franklin  1c 1903 us stamp benjamin franklin 2 1c unused booklet pane $ - $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 0 2c unused regular $22.59 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us stamps george washington 3 2c unused booklet pane $ - $ - $ -
jackson 3c 1903 us postage stamp andrew jackson 0 3c unused regular $79.89 $ - $ -
grant 4c 1903 us stamps ulysses s grant 0 4c unused regular $70.24 $ - $ -
lincoln abraham 5c 1903 postage stamp abraham lincoln 0 5c unused regular $70.24 $ - $ -
garfield 6c 1903 us stamp james garfield 0 6c unused regular $83.41 $ - $ -
webster 10c 1903 postage stamp daniel webster 0 10c unused regular $76.51 $ - $ -
henry clay 15c 1903 postal stamp henry clay 0 15c unused regular $243.91 $ - $ -
thomas jefferson 50c 1903 postage stamp thomas jefferson 0 50c used regular $0.18 $ - $ -
thomas jefferson 50c 1903 postal stamp thomas jefferson 0 50c unused regular $591.78 $ - $ -
farragut $1 1903 us postage stamp farragut 0 $1 unused regular $1235.62 $ - $ -
madison $2 1903 us stamps madison 0 $2 unused regular $2130.38 $ - $ -
marshall $5 1903 us postage stamps marshall 0 $5 unused regular $5112.90 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postal stamp george washington 0 2c unused regular $6.63 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 1 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us stamp george washington 2 2c unused regular $6.75 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 3 2c unused regular $6.30 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us stamps george washington 4 2c unused pair $6700.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 5 2c unused pair $1550.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postal stamp george washington 6 2c unused regular $8.80 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us postage stamp george washington 7 2c unused booklet pane $109.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us stamp george washington 8 2c unused pane $435.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 9 2c unused regular $62.50 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postal stamp george washington 10 2c unused regular $45.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 11 2c unused regular $44.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us stamp george washington 12 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 12 2c unused regular $198.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 us stamp george washington 14 2c unused regular $162.00 $ - $ -
george washington 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington 15 2c unused regular $260.00 $ - $ -
washington 25c 1903 us stamps washington 0 25c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington 49c 1903 us postage stamps washington 0 49c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington 97c 1903 us stamp washington 0 97c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington 25c 1903 postage stamp washington 0 25c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington 49c 1903 postal stamp washington 0 49c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington 49c 1903 postage stamp washington 0 49c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington 97c 1903 postal stamp washington 0 97c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 postage stamp franklin stamped envelope 0 1c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
b franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 us stamp b franklin stamped envelope 0 1c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
ben franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 us stamp ben franklin stamped envelope 0 1c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 us stamp franklin stamped envelope 0 1c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 postage stamp franklin stamped envelope 0 1c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
franklin stamped wrapper 1c 1903 us stamp franklin stamped wrapper 0 1c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington stamped envelope 2c 1903 postage stamp washington stamped envelope 0 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington wrapper 2c 1903 postal stamp washington wrapper 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
washington stamped wrapper 2c 1903 postage stamp washington stamped wrapper 0 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
g washington stamped  2c 1903 postal stamp g washington stamped 0 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
george washington stamped envelope 2c 1903 postage stamp george washington stamped envelope 0 2c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
grant stamped envelope 4c 1903 us stamp grant stamped envelope 0 4c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
grant stamped envelope 4c 1903 postage stamp grant stamped envelope 0 4c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
grant wrapper 4c 1903 us postal stamp grant wrapper 0 4c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
lincoln stamped envelope 5c 1903 postage stamp lincoln stamped envelope 0 5c unused regular $ - $ - $ -
lincoln stamped envelope 5c 1903 us stamps lincoln stamped envelope 0 5c unused regular $ - $ - $ -

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Stamps Catalog US Postage Stamps for the year 1903 includes the 1903 Benjamin Franklin 1 cent US stamps, the Benjamin Franklin 1c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 Benjamin Franklin 1 cent postal stamp, the George Washington 2c 1903 US postage stamp, the 1903 George Washington 2 cent postal stamp, the Andrew Jackson 3c 1903 US postage stamp, the 1903 Ulysses S Grant 4 cent postal stamp, the Abraham Lincoln 5c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 James Garfield 6 cent US stamps, the Daniel Webster 10c 1903 US postage stamp, the 1903 Henry Clay 15 cent US stamps, the Thomas Jefferson 50c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 Thomas Jefferson 50 cent postal stamp, the David Farragut $1 1903 US postage stamp, the 1903 James Madison $2 two dollar US stamp, the James Marshall $5 1903 US postage stamp, the 1903 George Washington 2 cent postal stamp, the George Washington 2c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 George Washington 25 cent US stamp, the George Washington 49c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 George Washington 97 cent postal stamp, the George Washington 25c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 George Washington 49 cent US stamps, the George Washington 49c 1903 US stamp, the 1903 President Washington 97 cent postal stamp, the Benjamin Franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 Benjamin Franklin stamped envelope 1 cent US stamps, the Benjamin Franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 US postage stamp, the 1903 Ben Franklin stamped envelope 1 cent US stamp, the Benjamin Franklin stamped envelope 1c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 Benjamin Franklin stamped wrapper 1 cent US stamp, the George Washington stamped envelope 2c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 George Washington wrapper 2 cent US postal stamp, the George Washington stamped wrapper 2c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 G Washington stamped 2 cent US stamp, the President George Washington stamped envelope 2c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 Ulysses S Grant stamped envelope 4 cent US stamp, the Ulysses Grant stamped envelope 4c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 US Grant wrapper 4 cent postal stamp, the Abraham Lincoln stamped envelope 5c 1903 postage stamp, the 1903 Abraham Lincoln stamped envelope 5 cent postal stamp, official US stamps price and US revenue stamp. David Farragut (1801-1870) was a sailor and civil war figure who achieved fame for his naval victories during the American Civil War. Farragut was famous for saying, "Damn the torpedoes, full speed ahead!". John Marshall (1755-1835) was an American revolutionary, diplomat, and jurist, and served as the 4th Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. James Abram Garfield (1831-1881), the twentieth President of the United States, was shot in Washington, DC on July 2, 1881,less than four months after taking the office of president. Daniel Webster (1782-1852) was a leading American statesman, lawyer and orator. Henry Clay (1777-1852) was a American statesman and orator who represented the state of Kentucky in the US Congress. James Madison,(1749-1812), one of the founders of America's republican form of government, was the 4th president of the United States. Ulysses S Grant was an American Civil War general and the eighteenth President of the United States (1869-1877). Thomas Jefferson (1743-1826), the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, was the third President of the United States; from 1801 to 1809. Andrew Jackson, a hero in the War of 1812, was the seventh President of the United States (1829-1837), a US Congressman, a US Senator and a Judge on the Tennessee Supreme Court. George Washington (1732-1799) was the first President of the United States and served as President from 1789 until 1797. Benjamin Franklin, American inventor and statesman, was the first postmaster general of the United States. Abraham Lincoln was the sixteenth President of the United States (1861-1865).
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Stamp Collecting Old US Postage Stamps

Stamp collecting can be a absorbing and rewarding pastime. While spending many wonderful moments with this fascinating hobby, you become familiar with the culture of many lands, their arts, traditions and folklore. You man also find yourself devling into various topics such as: politics, history, biography, zoology, architecture, painting, botany and geography.

While this hobby may be popular with the well-to-do, a large stamp collection can be built with minimal resources. There can be just as much enjoyment out of the lower-grade stamps as from the rarest of the rare.

Stamp Collecting Equipment and Supplies

Some supplies may be useful for the proper care of your stamps.

Stamp Tongs - Tongs (or tweezers) are an important instrument in the proper handling of your stamps. They enable the stamps to be handled without coming into contact with dirty or greasy fingers.

Magnifying Glass - Useful for reading and identifying various types and marks on a stamp.

Stock Books and Binders - The sheets of a stock book have rows of transparent plastic pockets which stamps can be placed into. This allows the collector to preserve the the stamps without the use of hinges or other adhesives.

Stamp Albums

Many stamp collectors start out with an illustrated stamp album. These albums are normally organized by country. Each page contains pictures of stamps corresponding to that denomination. To place a stamp into your album, simply look for the design that matches your stamp. The more advanced the stamp album is, the more complete it will be. It is usually recommended to start with the most complete album you can afford.

If there is no particular place for a stamp, you can use whatever empty slots are available. This space problem can be overcome by purchasing a loose-leaf edition of a stamp album. In this way, you can add extra sheets as needed.

How to Hinge Stamps

Stamps should never be glued down into your album. Although there is some controversy regarding the use of stamp hinges, for used stamps, hinges are an economical way of mounting your stamps.

You should never apply glue, tape or adhesive to a stamp. Good hinges are available from stamp dealers or stamp supply companies. The adhesive on the hinge should allow for the hinge to be easily removed, thus avoiding damaging or taking off part of the stamp.

To apply the hinge, fold back the top portion of the hinge and moisten the gummed side. Apply this moistened part to the back of the stamp; on the top, below the perforation. The remaining portion of the hinge can then be moistened, and the stamp placed in your album.

Do not remove a moistened hinge from a stamp. If you need to remove a hinge, wait a couple of hours until the hinge is dry and then it should come off with ease.

Stamp Hinge Controversy

Gum or paper loss can make a stamp less valuable. Old style hinges are very difficult to remove and improper hinging can increase the chance for damage to a stamp. If one carelessly moistens the stamp in addition to the hinge, the stamp may stick in the album, increasing the chance for damage to the stamp with it comes time to be removed. Also, hinging a stamp too high may damage the perforations.

Collectors seek stamps which are closest to original condition as possible. Stamps in mint condition, that have never hinged or mounted, and still have the original gum intact, will maintain a higher value in the marketplace.

For the more valuable mint stamps in your collection, the ease and convenience of hinges is not a real benefit when compared to the potential for damage and loss of worth.

Stamp Mounts

Stamp mounts are transparent pockets in which your stamps can be placed. The mounts are pregummed and some mounts are also available with a black background. To fit various sizes of single stamps, strips or sheets; mounts may also be cut from transparent acetate.

Mounts offer better protection because your stamps can be viewed and examined with no need to actually touch them. Hinges may be inexpensive and easy to use, but mounts are a much better way to display the more valuable stamps in your collection.

Stamp Collecting Categories

There are numerous ways to categorize your stamps. A very good way to start is to categorize by the types of stamps you wish to collect. Broad categories might include:

By Country - Most countries have a postal system. It's easy to start collecting stamps from the country where you reside. Stamps can be purchased new at the Post Office or from local dealers who will normally offer wider selection of stamps to choose from, albeit at a higher price.

Worldwide - It has become far easier to find and purchase stamps from around the world. You can buy stamps from numerous online dealers and Internet auction sites like eBay.

By Topic - These are stamps issued to cover a special subject matter. The "Elvis" stamp is probably the best example of stamps in this category. Stamps are printed covering a wide variety of special subjects including art, architecture, history and famous personages.

Service Type - Most stamps are issued for ordinary use. But the Post Office also issues various types of stamps for specialized services such as Airmail, Air Post, Express Mail, Priority Mail and Certified Mail.

Stamp Dealers and Stamp Auctions

StampWants, stands out in the industry with great selection and customer service and low selling fees. Gary Posner Inc, www.StampWants.com is an online marketplace and community connecting stamp collectors and dealers around the world; offering auction, fixed price, and store inventory listings as well as free tools and services. Henry Gitner Philatelists, www.hgitner.com, buys and sells wholesale postage stamps to stamp collectors and dealers. One of the largest independent wholesale and retail stamp dealers in the United States, has an extensive stock of philatelic material ranging from stamps for beginning collectors to rare stamps for the specialist. The Herrick Stamp Company, www.herrickstamp.com, is one of America's leading stamp dealers with over 60 years of New Issue service. The Herrick Stamp Website has over 240,000 stamps and also posts and illustrates new issue stamps. Mystic Stamp Company is one of America's leading stamp dealers and is well known for its expertise, superior customer service, and for its involvement in the most noteworthy events in modern postal history. Prestige Philately brings to the market the best stamp and postal item collections, stamps, philately, stamp, stamp collecting, stamp auction, stamp auctions, postage stamps, postal history, postcards, and worldwide philately. The Kenmore Stamp Company offers stamps, stamp collecting, stamp collector, us stamps, foreign stamps, free catalog, postage stamps, postal stamps, philatelic, catalog and online ordering. Jamestown Stamp Company, www.stamp-co.com, is a mail order stamps, coins, and banknotes dealer.

iHobb, Internet hobby supply, is an Internet shopping source for collecting supplies. iHobb.com services the supply needs of stamp, coin, post card, currency and banknote collectors. iHobb's stock includes Scott, Coin World, White Ace, H.E. Harris, Whitman Press, SAFE, Lindner, White Ace, Showgard, Prinz, SuperSafe, Allsyte, Linns and more. Northland International Trading is a stamp and coin dealer. Northland Auctions specializes in United States, Scandinavia, and Hungary stamps and covers auctions.

Arpin Philately deals in quality postage stamp collecting and collectible stamps. Croton Stamp Co. sells US stamps, Canada stamps, and Newfoundland stamps to collectors by mail, as well as publishes a stamps newsletter about U.S. stamps and Canadian postage stamps. R. Maresch & Son Auctions Ltd., is Canada's largest stamp auction firm and handles Canada, Provinces, British Commonwealth and Foreign material. The auctions are unreserved, offering valuable rarities, large lots, stamps, collections, covers and anything of philatelic merit. Canadian Rare Stamp Auctioneers Sandafayre provides online stamp auctions, stamp collecting, stamps collections for collecting dealers, UK stamp auction, GB, US, british, foreign, rare, old, philatelic material, postal history, postage stamps, topical stamps, canadian stamps and auctions. Jack Nalbandian, Inc. supplies superior quality stamps and services to collectors and dealers and offers Premium Quality Mint and Used, United States Classics, Essays and Proofs, Canadian and Worldwide Listings.

Stamp Collecting Supplies

Stamp Albums

Hingeless Stamp Albums can hold up to 700 stamps on 9x12 inch pages. Stamps are placed behind strips on the page allowing easy mounting and arrangement. Hingeless albums feature semi-transparent glassine strips, crystal clear acetate strips and interleaves. The Kenmore World Album features classic styling and a three-Ring design to provide space for hinge-mounting more than 10,000 stamps and allow for easy updating. This stamp album has over 600 pages, including 230 country pages with flags, histories, and geographic facts, four world map pages, stamp identifier, glossary, page backgrounds and mounting guidelines. The U.S. Liberty Album has quality stamp pages and is illustrated on one side with spaces for all American definitive stamps, commemoratives, airmails and postage due stamps. Stock Sheets provide collectors with the flexibility of utilizing multi-row layouts to protect stamps behind clear acetate overlays. These archival pages fit into three-ring binders and allow quick, hinge-free mounting and display.

Canada Scott Master Album has fully-illustrated pages with stamp descriptions and Scott numbers. Canada Harris Album has over 1200 black and white llustrations printed on one side. Canada Tradition Album is made of light weightpaper and has llustrations in black and white and printed on two sides. The Constitution Canada stamp album has black and white illustrations printed on two sides of lightweight pages. Canada Junior Album has Scott number description and identification for each stamp.

North American Stamp Clubs and Organizations

The American Philatelic Society promotes stamp collecting for people of all ages, offers services to its membership and to philately in general, including knowledge and education, which enhance the pleasure and friendliness of stamp collecting, initiates and coordinates new programs for the benefit of stamp collecting and of all collectors, represents the United States of America in the world body of philately, and assist its members in acquiring and disposing of philatelic materials. The American Stamp Dealers Association is a professional organization serving philately since 1914. The ASDA is dedicated to promoting integrity, honesty and reliability, and we are the hobby builders of philately.

The Royal Philatelic Society of Canada (RPSC) features membership information and anonline library. The British North America Philatelic Society (BNAPS) is devoted to the collector and researcher of stamps, postal markings, and postal history of Canada, the pre-Confederation colonies, and Newfoundland.