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Inverted Jenny
Preview:The Edward Morton CollectionOutstanding Quality U.S. StampsTo be sold April 2020
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The Edward Morton Collection
Outstanding Quality U.S. Stamps
To be sold April 2020
The History Channel
Article on The 10 Most Valuable U.S. Stamps
Published June 14, 2018
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Article on The 10 Most Valuable U.S. Stamps
Published June 14, 2018
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Siegel’s Record-Setting Rarities

1868 1-cent Z Grill (Scott 85A)Sold October 1998 for $935,000
1868 1-cent Z Grill (Scott 85A)
Sold October 1998 for $935,000
The Rush 1847 coverSold by Siegel in 2006 for $1,380,000
The Rush 1847 cover
Sold by Siegel in 2006 for $1,380,000
Unique Inverted "Jenny" Plate BlockSold by Siegel in 2005Realized $2,970,000A World-Record Pricefor a U.S. Philatelic Item
Unique Inverted "Jenny" Plate Block
Sold by Siegel in 2005
Realized $2,970,000
A World-Record Price
for a U.S. Philatelic Item
1918 24-cent Inverted JennySold November 15, 2018 for $1,593,000World-record price for an Inverted JennyWorld-Record Price for a 20th Century stamp
1918 24-cent Inverted Jenny
Sold November 15, 2018 for $1,593,000
World-record price for an Inverted Jenny
World-Record Price for a 20th Century stamp
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