Duck Stamp 2007-2008

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Richard Clifton/USFWS

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Richard Clifton (1961- )

Richard Clifton, a Delaware native, is a self-taught artist who has chosen the classic genre of waterfowl as his specialty. His success has been marked by numerous accolades. Since 1991, when he won his first duck stamp contest, Clifton has accumulated 19 state stamps in just eight years placing him fifth on the all-time duck stamp list for awards. Richard was selected to paint the 1996 Australian duck stamp. In 1997, he won the New Hampshire contest for the third time and in 1998, he became the first three-time winner in his home state. In 1999, Richard agreed to paint the New York and New Jersey duck stamps bringing his total number of stamps to twenty-three over all. Richard's work has been shown at the country's finest art shows.

Plates Issued: Offset/2 microprintings, FWS -Man Roland, 300, Colors: Cyan, Magenta,Yellow, Black. Modeler:Donald H. Woo Printer: Banknote Corporation of America, Inc./Sennett Security Products (SSP/BCA). First Day of Sale: June 22, 2006. Issue: Seventy-fourth Duck Stamp (sixteenth $15 stamp), Tenth Pressure-Sensitive Adhesive (PSA) Issue - RW74A. Quantity Sold: N/A. First Article/Design and Production Sheets: WAG or PSA.

Inscription: Front - "U.S. Department of the Interior. Void after June 30, 2008. Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp. $15. Ring-Necked Duck." back - Barcodes "333600" on four corners of pane. Federal Duck Stamp information on back of each stamp.

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