The Sun 40th Anniversary Smilers
|James Bobbett 7||11/04/2018 22:33:29|
|1 forum posts|
I have looked for a Smiler edition to celebrate The Sun Newspaper 40th Anniversary 2009 which I believe was a limited edition of only 100.
I did see one set go on ebay for £370 beginning of April 2018 so I guess they do appear but not that often.
Are they a good investment even at that price?
|Trevor Bishop 1||12/04/2018 11:09:46|
|153 forum posts|
In my opinion for what it's worth I'd say there are NO modern GB stamps are worth investing in ( perhaps imperf stamp pairs) , bearing in mind the CV's are are not really what there value is. And then you have to sell them to someone in the future who still collects stamps .
Smiler collectors are limited in numbers I would say & even the very first Smiler sheets cv£400 + have sold for under £40 . I would say buy what you collect & if you want to chance your arm at investment I would probably go for scarce QV or HV or errors .
I have bought stamps much cheaper at auction in bulk and made a few pounds maybe £20-100 over time but not really what I would call enough to supplement my pension .
Some of the big eBay sellers I'm sure make bigger money if you've got the time .
But that's only my thoughts .
Good luck finding one cheap
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