"Snow Goose" – Daniel Smith

W. S. George Collectable Plates - Federal Duck Plates

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  • "Snow Goose" – Daniel Smith

    $40.00

    8 1/2 inches in diameter, Dated:1991, Plate No.8529 A, Brandex No. 84-G20-31.10. “Snow Goose” depicts single goose of this species on water. Plate comes in original shipping box with Certificate of Authenticity. Certificate of Authenticity states: It is hereby certified that the accompanying plate has been registered as Plate Number 8529A, in the only authentic edition of “Snow Goose,” which has been interpreted into a circular design by 1988-89 Federal Duck Stamp winner Daniel Smith for the tenth plate in The Federal Duck Stamp Collection. Crafted under the Hallmark of W.S. George in an edition strictly limited to a maxmium of 150 firing days. Signature of William S. George, W. S. George for the Board of Directors with W. S. George hallmark. Signture of Daniel Smith, Artist. A Portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Federal Duck Stamp collector s plate will be provided to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help purchase habitat for migratory waterfowl. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Copyright: 1991 W.S. George Printed in U.S.A 5370-C Back of Plate: 1991 Plate No. 8529A “Snow Goose” Created by the 1988-89 Federal Duck Stamp Competition winner, Daniel Smith Representing the tenth issue in The Federal Duck Stamp Plate Collection, (hallmark W. S. George Fine China) and the only officially licensed plate series of the award-winning paintings. Crafted under the hallmark of W. S. George in an edition limited to a maximum of 150 firing days. A replica of the original stamp in color. Bradex No.: 84-G20-31.10 Ceramic Art~not for food use. Faithful color pigments may poison food.

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  • "Wigeons" – William C. Morris, Artist

    $30.00

    8 1/2 inches in diameter, Dated:1991, Plate No.12555A, Brandex No. 84-G20-31.6. “Wigeons” depicts male and female of this species on water. Plate comes in original shipping box with Certificate of Authenticity. Certificate of Authenticity states: It is hereby certified that the accompanying plate has been registered as Plate Number 12555A, in the only authentic edition of “Wigeons,” which has been interpreted into a circular design by 1984-85 Federal Duck Stamp winner William C. Morris for the sixth plate in The Federal Duck Stamp Collection. Crafted under the Hallmark of W.S. George in an edition strictly limited to a maxmium of 150 firing days. Signature of William S. George, W. S. George for the Board of Directors with W. S. George hallmark. Signture of William C. Morris, Artist. A Portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Federal Duck Stamp collector s plate will be provided to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help purchase habitat for migratory waterfowl. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Copyright: 1991 W.S. George Printed in U.S.A 5376-C Back of Plate: 1991 Plate No. 12555A “Wigeons” Created by the 1984-85 Federal Duck Stamp Competition winner, William C. Morris Representing the sixth issue in The Federal Duck Stamp Plate Collection, (hallmark W. S. George Fine China) and the only officially licensed plate series of the award-winning paintings. Crafted under the hallmark of W. S. George in an edition limited to a maximum of 150 firing days. A replica of the original stamp in color. Bradex No.: 84-G20-31.6 Ceramic Art~not for food use. Faithful color pigments may poison food.

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  • Fulvous Whistling Duck and – Burton E. Moore, Junr.

    $45.00

    8 1/2 inches in diameter, Dated:1991, Plate No.3223 A, Brandex No. 84-G20-31.8. “Fulvous Whistling Duck” depicts single duck of this species on water. Plate comes in original shipping box with Certificate of Authenticity. Certificate of Authenticity states: It is hereby certified that the accompanying plate has been registered as Plate Number 3223A, in the only authentic edition of “Fulvous Whistling Duck,” which has been interpreted into a circular design by 1986-87 Federal Duck Stamp winner Burton E. Moore, Jr., for the eighth plate in The Federal Duck Stamp Collection. Crafted under the Hallmark of W.S. George in an edition strictly limited to a maxmium of 150 firing days. Signature of William S. George, W. S. George for the Board of Directors with W. S. George hallmark. Signture of Burton E. Moore, Jr., Artist. A Portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Federal Duck Stamp collector s plate will be provided to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help purchase habitat for migratory waterfowl. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Copyright: 1991 W.S. George Printed in U.S.A 5378-C Back of Plate: 1991 Plate No. 3223A “Fulvous Whistling Duck” Created by the 1986-87 Federal Duck Stamp Competition winner, Burton E. Moore, Junr. Representing the eighth issue in The Federal Duck Stamp Plate Collection, (hallmark W. S. George Fine China) and the only officially licensed plate series of the award-winning paintings. Crafted under the hallmark of W. S. George in an edition limited to a maximum of 150 firing days. A replica of the original stamp in color. Bradex No.: 84-G20-31.8 Ceramic Art~not for food use. Faithful color pigments may poison food.

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  • Plate:"Redheads" – Arthur G. Anderson, Artist

    $49.99

    Plate:"Redheads" – Arthur G. Anderson, Artist………..8 1/2 inches in diameter, Dated:1991, Plate No.4140 A, Brandex No. 84-G20-31.9. "Redheads" depicts two male and one female of this species in flight. Plate comes in original shipping box with Certificate of Authenticity. Certificate of Authenticity states: It is hereby certified that the accompanying plate has been registered as Plate Number 4140A, in the only authentic edition of "Redheads," which has been interpreted into a circular design by 1987-88 Federal Duck Stamp winner Arthur G. Anderson for the ninth plate in The Federal Duck Stamp Collection. Crafted under the Hallmark of W.S. George in an edition strictly limited to a maxmium of 150 firing days. Signature of William S. George, W. S. George for the Board of Directors with W. S. George hallmark. Signture of Arthur G. Anderson, Artist. A Portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Federal Duck Stamp collector s plate will be provided to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help purchase habitat for migratory waterfowl. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Copyright: 1991 W.S. George Printed in U.S.A 5379-C Back of Plate: 1991 Plate No. 4140A "Redheads" Created by the 1987-88 Federal Duck Stamp Competition winner, Arthur G. Anderson Representing the ninth issue in The Federal Duck Stamp Plate Collection, (hallmark W. S. George Fine China) and the only officially licensed plate series of the award-winning paintings. Crafted under the hallmark of W. S. George in an edition limited to a maximum of 150 firing days. A replica of the original stamp in color. Bradex No.: 84-G20-31.9 Ceramic Art~not for food use. Faithful color pigments may poison food.

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  • The Ruddy Ducks; – John S. Wilson, Artist

    $30.00

    8 1/2 inches in diameter, Dated:1990, Plate No.5352 A, Brandex No. 84-G20-31.3. “The Ruddy Ducks” depicts male and female on water. Plate comes in original shipping box with Certificate of Authenticity. Certificate of Authenticity states: It is hereby certified that the accompanying plate has been registered as Plate Number 5352A, in the only authentic edition of “Ruddy Ducks,” which has been interpreted into a circular design by 1981-82 Federal Duck Stamp winner John Wilson for the third plate in The Federal Duck Stamp Collection. Crafted under the Hallmark of W.S. George in an edition strictly limited to a maxmium of 150 firing days. Signature of William S. George, W. S. George for the Board of Directors with W. S. George hallmark. Signture of Richard w. Plasschaert, Artist. A Portion of the proceeds from the sale of each Federal Duck Stamp collector s plate will be provided to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to help purchase habitat for migratory waterfowl. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Copyright: 1990 W.S. George Printed in U.S.A 5373-C Back of Plate: 1990 Plate No. 5352A “The Ruddy Ducks” Created by the 1981-82 Federal Duck Stamp Competition winner, John S. Wilson Representing the third issue in The Federal Duck Stamp Plate Collection, (hallmark W. S. George Fine China) and the only officially licensed plate series of the award-winning paintings. Crafted under the hallmark of W. S. George in an edition limited to a maximum of 150 firing days. A replica of the original stamp in color. Bradex No.: 84-G20-31.3 Ceramic Art~not for food use. Faithful color pigments may poison food.

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