Poster-Size Duck Stamps.

Or as we like to say, "non-squinty."

Collected and coveted in miniature since 1934, the classic art of
Federal Duck Stamps is now available at sizes everyone can
appreciate.


About duck stamps

First, a little about Dog and Drake. We're a unique, small business that was started by John Vogel in Omaha, NE during 2010. Mr. Vogel handles the maketing, licensing and artwork selection. The printing is done in Hawthorne, Californa by Marco Fine Arts, one of the best fine art printers in the nation. You can visit their site and check out the "factory" floor HERE. If you have any questions about your duck stamp print, please contact service@doganddrake.com, or contact john.vogel@doganddrake.com directly. He'll be glad to provide any help he can. 

Next, it wouldn't be right without thanking the talented wildlife artists who made these duck stamps printed at poster sizes possible. Oh, and don't forget to check out links that have featured Dog and Drake duck stamp prints, right below the list:

 

1934 duck stamp poster print: Jay N. “Ding” Darling, Mallard

1936 duck stamp poster print: Richard E. Bishop, Canada Goose

1937 duck stamp poster print: Joseph D. Knap, Greater Scaup

1939 duck stamp poster print: Lynn B. Hunt, Green-winged Teal

1940 duck stamp poster print: Francis L. Jaques, Black Duck

1942 duck stamp poster print: A. Lassel Ripley, Wigeon

1945 duck stamp poster print: Owen J. Gromme, Northern Shovelers

1946 duck stamp poster print: Robert W. Hines, Redhead

1947 duck stamp poster print: Jack Murray, Snow Goose

1951 duck stamp poster print: Maynard Reece, Gadwall

1953 duck stamp poster print: Clayton B. Seagers, Blue-winged Teal

1956 duck stamp poster print: Edward J. Bierly, Common Merganser

1958 duck stamp poster print: Les Kouba, Canada Goose

1959 duck stamp poster print: Maynard Reece, Mallard and Labrador retriever

1962 duck stamp poster print: Edward A. Morris, Pintails

1965 duck stamp poster print: Ron Jenkins, Canvasback

1966 duck stamp poster print: Stanley Sterns, Whistling Swan

1969 duck stamp poster print: Maynard Reece, White-winged Scoter

1971 duck stamp poster print: Maynard Reece, Cinnamon Teal

1975 duck stamp poster print: James P. Fisher, Canvasback decoy

1977 duck stamp poster print: Marin Murk, Ross’ Goose

1978 duck stamp poster print: Albert Gilbert, Hooded Merganser

1981 duck stamp poster print: John S. Wilson, Ruddy Duck

1986 duck stamp poster print: Burton E. Moore, Fulvus Whistling Duck

1987 duck stamp poster print: Arthur Anderson, Redhead

1988 duck stamp poster print: Daniel Smith, Snow Goose

1989 duck stamp poster print: Neal Anderson, Lesser Scaup

1996 duck stamp poster print: Wilhelm Goebel, Surf Scoters

1997 duck stamp poster print: Robert Hautman, Canada Goose

1999 duck stamp poster print: Jim Hautman, Greater Scaup

 

Links to good folks who've helped us along the way:

American Hunter magazine, a publication of the NRA, placed us on their list of 2012's top 10 gifts.

Outdoor Life gave us some great press. Author Brian Lynn tracked us down. Thanks, Brian. 

The Texas Trophy Hunter Association placed Dog and Drake on their "Must Have" list. 

There's a blog called Art of Manliness (Hemingway and Roosevelt would of loved it) that mentioned us in their 2010 Father's Day Gift Guide.

Michael Forsberg, who photographs the Great Plains like no one else, has provided indispensable advice. 

The Federal Duck Stamp Program, just passing its 75th year, is one of the most successful conservation ventures ever created.

Midwest Outdoors is a great resource for everything hunting and fishing in the place Dog and Drake calls home. 

If you want your Labrador(s) to have a long, healthy life, Just Labs is fantastic resource. 

Finally, there's Ducks Unlimited and Delta Waterfowl  because they do so much for conservation.