Archive for November 2015

Catalog of U.S. Non-Pictorial Waterfowl Stamps

  Preface It is an exciting time to be involved in this growing hobby, and it is hoped that this online catalog will serve to facilitate and enhance the collecting experience. It is my goal to update the values in this catalog quarterly, thereby providing the most accurate reference possible. In order to use this tool to…

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Crow Creek Resumes Stamp Program

by David R. Torre, ARA   32.7MB   Introduction In 1989, the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe issued the first pictorial Indian Reservation fish and game stamps in the United States. The stamps featured black and white photographs of deer, pheasants, prairie dogs and geese with red serial numbers (see Figure 1). The Tribe issued similar stamps…

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The Honey Lake Waterfowl Stamps

by David R. Torre, ARA 227.1MB Introduction   Following the federal waterfowl stamps, the two most popular series of waterfowl stamps among longtime collectors are undoubtedly those issued by California for Honey Lake and the Illinois Daily Usage stamps. The Honey Lake stamps are non-pictorial, while the Daily Usage stamps may be liberally described as…

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The Fish and Game Stamps of Marion County, Kansas

by David R. Torre, ARA   275.5MB   Introduction   The non-pictorial stamps issued by Marion County, Kansas, have long held a fascination for advanced collectors and students of fish and game stamps. Over fifty years ago it was first reported that Marion County might have issued the first local fish and game stamps in the…

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Fish and Game Stamps of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe

by David R. Torre, ARA Please Note: This article is under construction and will be completed this summer.   Introduction Just over three years ago, the article “Fish and Game Stamps of the Crow Creek Sioux Tribe” appeared in The American Revenuer (Torre, 1992). For many collectors and dealers, the Crow Creek article served as…

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