For your consideration is a stunning SOLID SILVER STAMP, in rare MINT condition, based on the original issued within the UNITED STATES of AMERICA during c1901. This beautifully crafted "TWO-CENT PAN-AMERICAN INVERT", exacted to the finest exquisite detail and measuring 11mm x 9mm, is one of the greatest stamps of the world and a wonderful collectors item or gift for a STAMP or SILVER enthusiast. This stamp depicts the New York Central and Hudson River Railroad's Empire State Express. The train was printed in black, and various shades of red were used for the border design. Sometime during the printing process, the centres of some of the two-cent stamps were inverted. Only one intact block of four currently exists. In 1980 it sold for £220,000 and a single copy realized $40,000 in a Robert A. Siegel sale, also in 1980. Catalogue value of an unused specimen in 1983 was $45,000 and a used one, $10,000. Please take the time to view my other collectables - you won't be disappointed. Low Starting Price with No Reserve so Good Luck and !