10 Rarest and Most Valuable Stamps in the World

British Guiana 1c Magenta: Often dubbed the "Mona Lisa of stamps," it holds the record as the world's most valuable stamp, fetching over $9 million at auction.

Treskilling Yellow: Printed in Sweden in 1855, this stamp is renowned for its misprint, where a 3-skilling stamp was printed in yellow instead of green.

Inverted Jenny: Issued in the United States in 1918, it features an upside-down image of a Curtiss JN-4 airplane and is one of the most famous errors in philately.

Penny Black: The first adhesive postage stamp in the world, issued in Great Britain in 1840, it revolutionized postal systems globally.

Mauritius "Post Office": Printed in 1847, this stamp from Mauritius bears the words "Post Office" instead of "Post Paid," making it highly sought after by collectors.

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The Basel Dove: Issued in Switzerland in 1845, it is renowned for its intricate design featuring a white dove carrying a letter.

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Red Mercury: Issued in Sweden in 1856, this stamp was printed in error with red ink instead of the intended blue, making it exceedingly rare.

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Hawaiian Missionaries: These stamps, issued in Hawaii in 1851, were among the first postage stamps of the Kingdom of Hawaii and are highly prized by collectors.

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The Sicilian Error of Color: A rarity from Sicily in 1859, it was printed with the wrong color due to a production error, making it highly valuable.

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The Double Geneva: Issued in Switzerland in 1843, this stamp is known for its double impression, a result of a printing error that adds to its uniqueness and worth.

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