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I had some stamp collection stuff from my parent's estate. I ended up using many of the stamps that were in sheets for regular mailing of my personal items. The balance of some sheets, in stamp books or mixed loose stamps I donated to local stamp collecting club and took a charity tax deduction.
So essentially the answer is your stamps are worth face value or less.
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