Expert told woman $65k stamp wasnt worth anything then ran away with it

Jennifer Hall, Stamp, Rocky Mountain Philatelic Library, Denver, Colorado

Jennifer Hall said shell likely never know if the stamp was worthless or could have changed her life (Picture: Fox 31)

An expert told a woman her $65,000 stamp was worthless – then ran away with it, she claims.

Jennifer Hall said her grandmother handed down the George Washington two-cent stamp which was part of a family heirloom collection.

She learned that the stamp was over 80-years-old and similar stamps sold for $65,000.

Hall told Fox 31: I got really excited.

She took the stamp collection to the Rocky Mountain Philatelic Library in Denver, Colorado, a respected stamp library where she hoped to get it appraised.

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A man named John greeted her and told her that her stamp collection was worthless – then picked up the George Washington two-cent stamp and walked away.



Hall said: He said, “Ill just throw this one away because its not worth anything.”