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Nebraska Small Game Hunting
Fishing & Trapping Licenses
1901 - 2009

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PaperQuest Collector Handbook #7 covers the small game hunting, fishing and trapping licenses of Nebraska for the period of 1901-2009 when pre-printed licenses (later called permits) were issued. This is the first handbook to provide in-depth coverage of these interesting licenses. All preprinted licenses/permits for the 103 year period are described and over 90% are illustrated in color. The legislative background and changes through the years are discussed in the introduction and the licenses are organized into sixteen chapters according to the common design elements for each group. Appendices list the original cost for each license known to have been issued and the quantity sold, where that information was available. A table of values provides guidance for the current market value.

This handbook should appeal to dealers and collectors of these interesting items, as well as those with an interest in Nebraska history. Four editions are offered: three (perfect binding, coil binding which lays flat when opened, and hard covered) have color interiors and color covers; the fourth, with perfect binding, is an economy edition with color covers and a black-and-white interior.

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