Stamps (Philately)/Error Stamps
See attached images of two different sheets of stamps that have color differences. Are these worth anything other than the value of the stamps themselves.
Thanks for the question.
Michael, the good news is they look like they are worth more than face value. But unfortunately I cannot tell from the pictures, what exactly caused the color variation, and the extent of it. The usual cause is ink starvation (underinked), The second row of the 1st sheet (Lilacs & Roses) appears to be underinked. And the last row of the States sheets also appear to be underinked. Although this is not common, it is also not that unusual or considered rare. If there were a color COMPLETELY missing from the stamps, then the value would go up dramatically.
Both would be of interest to collectors of EFO's (Errors, freaks and oddities). From what I can See, I would estimate the 1st sheet in the $15-$20 range, and the state sheet in the $25-$50 range. But again, without a much higher resolution picture it is very difficult to give an accurate estimate. If you would like to do a follow-up, or email me a very high resolution scan/picture then I might be able to give you a better estimate.
Thanks again for the question,
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