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Jicarilla Apache Reservation Wildlife Stamp

The Jicarilla Apache Reservation is located in northwest New Mexico, between Santa Fe and Durango, Colorado. The Jicarilla Apache Tribe is believed to have started requiring all hunters to purchase a wildlife stamp in 1988. No date was printed on the wildlife stamps and the same stamps were used through 1994. It is possible, however, that several different printings over the years resulted in the stamps being printed on different shades of paper. They are issued in booklet panes of four (2x2) with a tab at the top. The panes are plain rouletted 6 1/2 between the stamps and between the stamps and the tab. Twenty five panes are stapled together to form a booklet. Serial numbers are in black ink. The stamps have dry gum.

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Series
Number
Figure
Number
Validity
Period
Face
Value
DescriptionUnused
Value
Unsigned
Value
Signed
Value
1.F-NM11988-96$5.00black and gold on white
on license
110.00
2.F-NM11988-96$5.00black and gold on light blue
on license
12.00
3.F-NM11996-98$5.00black and gold on blue, serial number above 9000
on license
80.00
4.F-NM21999$10.00blue and black on gold
on license
75.00
5.F-NM22000-03$5.00black on gold
on license
60.00
6.F-NM22000-03$10.00black on gold
on license
60.00
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7.F-NM32004-06$15.00multicolor on white
on license
225.00
8.F-NM32004-06$15.00multicolor on white
on license
225.00
9.F-NM42007$15.00multicolor on white
on license
10.F-NM42007$15.00multicolor on white
on license
11.F-NM52008$20.00multicolor on white
on license
12.F-NM52008$20.00multicolor on white
on license
13.F-NM62009$20.00multicolor on white
on license
14.F-NM62009$20.00multicolor on white
on license
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