All right, "Pop news" time. Let's do it. Good morning, everybody. We begin with another giver. Leonardo Dicaprio making a "Titanic" case in D.C. Right now this morning as he heads to the state... See More
All right, "Pop news" time. Let's do it. Good morning, everybody. We begin with another giver. Leonardo Dicaprio making a "Titanic" case in D.C. Right now this morning as he heads to the state department to speak out about protecting our ocean. The stars Leonardo Dicaprio foundation recently gave $3 million, a big donation to oceana to support conservation efforts and John Kerry will introduce him before he takes the state department stage. Yeah, the big conference and he just makes the time all the time. Very consistent with that. Very consistent about being -- He said he'll take a break from movies to do more and more of this. So we move on to this. The world's most famous and valuable stamp goes on the block tonight at sotheby's, 7:00 P.M. Here in New York, there it is. The british G the uyana one cent, that stamp which has its own security guard right here in our studio now for a special guest appearance. Hello. Is worth an estimated $10 million to $20 million. So rare -- farce. That right there. Yes. This is for its size and its weight. A cup of coffee -- No, I don't. Thank you. Thank you, George. It is for its size and weight the most valuable item in the world. And tonight in the auction which starts at 7:00 P.M. Is the only thing in the auction. David redden has been here advising plea on the importance of this stamp. It's the only one of its kind. It was lost. It was found and now stamp collectors everywhere will be vying for this, the Mt. Everest, if you will, of all stamp. Oh, my gosh. Why? It's worth so much because it's old. You're mike? ? I'm mike, yes. Really quick, what is it about the british -- It is the Mona Lisa of stamp, most famous tamp in the world for the last 100 years. Passed through the greatest stamp collections in the world much it was bid on by George V of England. I thought you were going to say George stephanopoulos. Next. We'll do it together. Put on an envelope? Originally. In 1856 but since then people have looked after this very carefully. David, we wish you the best of luck with the auction tonight. I don't know if you noticed when I talk I use my hands. I'm a Long Island girl so would you please remove the british Guyana. Thank you, security man, I made it without spilling. Good luck. I love how the security guy -- never eyesight left the stamp. Thank you for coming. Finally checking in on world
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