Condition: New, Mint
Grade: Never Hinged
Date of Issue: 15 July 2008
Commemorative stamp preserves an image and the memory of
Colorado's most famous Indian Chief, Ouray (pron. your·ä). Chief Ouray was known by the
whites as the Ute Chief of Peace, for his many years of attempting to keep peaceful
relations between the seven Ute tribes and the whites, as settlers of the American west
began encroaching further upon Ute lands. Ouray was also known to be a trusted friend of
American pioneer, Kit Carson.
Revised in 2007 from it's original 2002
version, stamp was not released until original supplies were near exhaustion. Revised
sheets (latest printing) identified by plate number V2-1111, there are 40 stamps per
These collectible stamps are produced in the highest
quality and in the time-honored tradition of fine philatelic collectibles, in full
color on archival quality dry-gummed (moisture activated adhesive) paper.
Printed and perforated (U.S. Std. 12-67 ga.) in the
United States of America
The Olathe Poste, Olathe, Colorado
shown is representative of overall appearance of all the stamps available through this
offer. Centering may vary from stamp to stamp.
Artistamp - Topical - Americana
- Native American - Great Chiefs - Old West -
Colorado - Philately - Cinderella