Framed Signed Federal Duck Stamp Print, Barrow's Goldeneye 1998-1999, Mint

Framed Signed Federal Duck Stamp Print, Barrow's Goldeneye 1998-1999, Mint

Framed Signed Federal Duck Stamp Print, Barrow's Goldeneye 1998-1999, Mint

The number on this print is DU 10086/12500 and is signed by the artist. Plates Issued: Intaglio - (front) #97573 - Black; Offset - #73397-front, Process Magenta, #73398-front, Process Yellow, #73399-front, Process Cyan, #73400-front, Process Black; Nyloprint - back, Black. Color: Front - Black, Cyan, Yellow, Magenta.

Press: 801 "F" Web - 8 color Offset/Intaglio. Engraver: Vignette - William Fleishell; Frame - N/A; Letters - Dixie O.

First Day of Sale: July 1, 1998. Void after June 30, 1999. Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp. " Back - "Invest in America's Future. It is unlawful to hunt waterfowl or use this stamp as a pass to a National Wildlife Refuge unless you sign your name in ink on the face of this stamp.

" PSA Inscription: Front - "The New Federal Duck Stamp Self Adhesive Single presented by the U. An area the size of Massachusetts! Help conserve America's natural heritage. If applicable, sign, peel and attach to license. " Back - "Pocket Guide to the U.

Fun Facts - Did you know. That you can use the Federal Duck Stamp to gain free admission to National Wildlife Refuges? - that 46% of endangered and threatened species use wetlands? National Wildlife Refuges - map & info 2. Endangered Species - information 3.

Migratory Birds - hunting & bird guides. Federal Duck Stamp Office 1849 C Street, Suite 2058 Washington, DC 20240. Robert Steiner (1949-) Acrylic painting of a Barrow's goldeneye by Robert Steiner of San Francisco, Calif. One of the top wildlife artist's in the country, Bob Steiner finally won the 1997 Federal Duck Stamp Contest at the age of 48 after 17 previous attempts. Chosen over 379 other entries, Steiner's Barrow's goldeneye depicts the majesty of the species.

The same design, with some enhancements, came in third in the 1995 Federal Duck Stamp Contest (the winner that year was the surf scoter design by Wilhelm Goebel). Steiner has designed a total of 47 duck stamps (state and other commissioned venues) - more than any other artist. With a Bachelor's degree in painting and etching from the renowned Rhode Island School of Design, he also holds a Master's degree in etching and fine art printmaking from San Francisco State University. Content taken from the Duck Stamp Collection.

The Duck Stamp Collection was originally printed in a loose-leaf, hole-punched format that was available for sale through the U. Government Printing Office (GPO) and updated annually.

The document is no longer in print. The item "Framed Signed Federal Duck Stamp Print, Barrow's Goldeneye 1998-1999, Mint" is in sale since Thursday, September 17, 2020. This item is in the category "Stamps\United States\Back of Book\Duck Stamps".

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Framed Signed Federal Duck Stamp Print, Barrow's Goldeneye 1998-1999, Mint