Simmons Ink Duck Stamps

Welcome to Simmons Ink Duck Stamps.  We offer used, unused, and mint duck stamps at prices considerably below Scott catalog value.  We have in stock


We have a wide variety of stamps in stock, and our inventory is changing constantly.  Unlike most dealers, the stamp we show for sale is the stamp you are purchasing, not just an example or a stock photo.  The stamp you see is always the stamp you will receive.  Shop with confidence.  We are members of the American Philatelic Society, the National Duck Stamp Collectors Society, and the National Stamp Dealers Association.  

Joseph Hautman, of Plymouth, Minnesota, won the 2015 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest on 19 September with his acrylic painting of a pair of flying Trumpeter Swans.
A trio of brothers from Minnesota made history today as they took the top three spots in the 2015 Federal Duck Stamp art contest. The announcement was made by Jerome Ford, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Assistant Director for Migratory Birds, at the annual art contest, held at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, W.V.
Federal Duck Prices Rise -Saturday, March 21, 2015
Duck stamp devotees are going to face “sticker shock” next year. That’s because Congress has finally agreed to a big price increase for the federal government’s migratory bird hunting and conservation stamps. The stamps, required by duck hunters and popular with stamp collectors, will increase by a whopping $10 next year — to $25. The stamps have remained priced at $15 since 1991.