The clip expensive stamps from Charade (1963) with Audrey Hepburn
I was expecting you. I knew you would come.
Look at them, madame.
Have you ever, in your entire life, seen anything so beautiful?
I'm sorry. I don't know anything about stamps.
I know them as one knows his own face, though I had never seen them.
This one, a Swedish four shilling...
called Da Gula Fyraskillingen,
printed in 1854.
What is it worth?
Oh, the money is unimportant.
I'm afraid it's very important.
Well, in your money, perhaps $85,000.
May I sit down?
And the blue one?
Oh, it's called The Hawaiian Blue.
In 1894 the owner was murdered by a rival collector...
who was obsessed to own it.
And what is its value today?
And the last one.
Ah, the best for last.
Le chef d'oeuvre de la collection. The masterpiece.
The most valuable stamp in the world.
It's called the Gazette Maldave.
It was printed by hand on colored paper...
and marked with the initials of the printer.
Today it has a value of $100,000.
I'm not a thief, madame.
I knew there was some mistake.
You gave the boy a great many stamps in return.
Are they for sale now?
Let me see.
Three hundred and fifty European; two hundred Asian;
a hundred and seventy-five American; a hundred African;
and 12 Princess Grace commemorative.
Which comes to ten francs.
And don't forget these.
For a few minutes they were mine. That is enough.