National Duck Stamp Collectors Society Issues Duck Stamp
Harleysville, PA –-(AmmoLand.com)-Just in time for duck season, the National Duck Stamp Collectors Society is pleased to announce the issuance of their first Society stamp. The NDSCS is the only stamp society devoted to duck and conservation issues.
The stamp features a canvasback drake and hen, painted by two-time federal duck stamp artist Robert Hautman. The painting is owned by Bob and Rita Dumaine of Houston, Texas, who, with the artist's permission, donated the use to the Society for its initial stamp issue.
Stamps are issued in sheets of 12, with a $5 face value. Full sheets are available for $50 and a purchase of five sheets or more will receive a 30% discount. Shipping and handling is $2 per order or $5 for a sheet order. Postal insurance is optional and extra. Orders should be sent to: NDSCS Stamp, c/o Dr. Ira Cotton, 9939 Broadmoor Rd., Omaha, NE 68114-4926. Orders may also be placed via the Society web site — www.ndscs.org — using PayPal for payment.
The National Duck Stamp Collectors Society was formed in 1992, founded by Bob Dumaine. The purpose of the NDSCS is to promote and encourage the study of migratory bird hunting and conservation stamps. The Society has a web site filled with duck stamp information: www.ndscs.org.
Membership in the Society is available for $20 a year and includes a subscription to the Society’s award-winning newsletter, Duck Tracks. Dues are tax deductible. Join by using the on line application at www.ndscs.org or write for more information and a sample copy of the newsletter: NDSCS, P.O. Box 43, Harleysville, PA 19438.
National Duck Stamp Collectors Society: The primary purpose of the National Duck Stamp Collectors Society (NDSCS) is to promote and encourage the collecting and study of migratory waterfowl hunting and conservation stamps. The NDSCS is the only stamp collecting society devoted exclusively to duck stamps