Skip to main content
eBay
  • Daily Deals
  • Sell
  • Customer Support

Promoted item:US Airmail Stamp Scott #C1 MH **XF Centering** Catalog Value $60.00+ NICE!!!

US Airmail Stamp Scott #C1 MH **XF Centering** Catalog Value $60.00+ NICE!!!

  • Condition
  • --
  • Time left
  • 29d 10h 24m
  • Sold by
  • 100% Positive Feedback
  • US $27.99
    Buy It Now
  • Quantity 1Available
  • See details

Items in search results

8h 30m left
$0.79
1 bid
10h 5m left
$6.74
3 bids
12h 13m left
$6.49
0 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
8d 8h 34m left
$22.99
Buy It Now
12h 17m left
$5.49
0 bids
16h 33m left
$19.99
0 bids
Free Shipping
27d 16h 28m left
$74.99
Buy It Now
1d 10h 46m left
$60.00
0 bids
2d 16h 57m left
$1.26
3 bids
Free Shipping
2d 16h 58m left
$0.12
2 bids
Free Shipping
29d 10h 33m left
$38.99
Buy It Now
2d 17h 1m left
$5.60
4 bids
Free Shipping
8h 26m left
$399.00
0 bids
$679.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
21d 11h 58m left
$1.00
Buy It Now
4d 7h 7m left
$0.25
1 bid
8h 21m left
$4.99
0 bids
15d 15h 22m left
$19.99
Buy It Now
8h 44m left
$3.99
0 bids
12h 10m left
$3.49
0 bids
8h 14m left
$4.99
0 bids
12d 11h 49m left
$44.99
Buy It Now
15h 12m left
$3.00
0 bids
$6.50
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
8h 42m left
$0.22
0 bids
21d 18h 15m left
$1.50
Buy It Now
5d 15h 45m left
$0.99
1 bid
10h 6m left
$29.99
0 bids
$59.99
Buy It Now
21d 11h 32m left
$12.50
Buy It Now
8h 32m left
$1.99
0 bids
6d 10h 0m left
$14.99
0 bids

About Scott Catalog Value

The Scott Catalog, simply put, is the bible of philately. It first appeared in September of 1868, 28 years after the introduction of the British Penny Black. The Scott Catalog, even back then, purported to contain current values and information about every single stamp printed in the world at the time. The founder of the catalog, J. W. Scott, worked diligently to inscribe ornate descriptions of all American and international postage stamps.Over time, the Scott Catalog grew from a 21-page pamphlet to a 5,000 page multi-volume set. Indeed, the Catalog has proven so central to the hobby of philately that early Scott Catalogs themselves are considered collectors items. Today, U.S. philatelists generally won't even consider evaluating stamps not listed in the Scott Catalog.Of course, as J. W. Scott himself warned, no single publication can possibly codify and evaluate every stamp released. Micro-nations, local posts, and other mavericks publish stamps that never make the Scott listings. For instance, during the 1960s, a number of Gulf states, including the United Arab Emirates (UAE), published in-country stamps which never got included in the Scott Catalog.All that said, unless you're cultivating an obscure international collection, you can employ the Scott Catalog to appraise the value of your stamps with great accuracy. The Catalog has copyrighted its enumeration system. Stamp collectors the world over know many stamps by their Scott College short hands. For instance, the CS(a) is the Scott number for the famous U.S. postal gaff, the Jenny Invert.