Used postage stamps are accepted by some charities as a fundraising tool. They sell the stamps in bulk to collectors and stamp dealers, who in turn sift through them to find valuable or rare editions. More »

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Most United States 3-cent stamps have a value of under $50 and often sell at between 65 and 90 percent of face value. The exceptions are rare stamps such as an 1851 3-cent stamp featuring a side-view portrait of George W... More »

To find out what old postage stamps are worth, do a little research into the specific stamps, and be careful in identifying the stamps correctly. Some stamps have common and rare varieties which differ from one another o... More »

Cancelled stamps may be sent to the Sisters of the Holy Cross in Notre Dame, Ind. The Roman Catholic ministry prefers lightly cancelled stamps free of cuts, stains and tears with perforations still intact. More »

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As of June 2014, a single First-Class Mail International stamp provides ample postage for a postcard heading to Brazil. The delivery time for this item varies based on the destination within Brazil and where the postcard... More »

The Royal National Lifeboat Institution, The South Devon Players Theatre Company and the Children's Safety Education Foundation all collect used postage stamps for their charities. However, several more charities accept ... More »

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A listing of the charities and organizations that recycle stamps in the UK can be found on Waste Connect's website under "Stamp Out Waste." The contact information for each organization and guidelines for recycling are a... More »

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