EP LE History of the Indian Tribes of North America
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A few photos of this sold out LE. A reproduction of McKenney and Hall's History of the Indian Tribes of North America. 121 vintage images including the famous portraits by Charles King. Three large 6 3/4" by 10 5/8" volumes. $597, limited to 400 sets. These photos have been moved to the photo album. Click the pic.
Thanks for posting Wootle! Now that they are sold out, if there is anyone who was on the fence on whether they should buy, they can just cry themselves to sleep.
Also, you should contact EP about that horrible white out mark on your edition number. That is not at all how it should look! :)
It also looks like Chief Red Jacket was a rapper. He knows how to show off his bling.
Indeed, thanks for the beautiful pics. Indeed, I am very sad, since I wanted to purchase this beautiful set. Ah well, I suppose I shall have to content myself with the fact that I do have some money now to purchase food (though it is but a small consolation)...
Incredible. Thanks for sharing. Easton really needs to work on its website.
4- That is something I still do not understand from a financial perspective. If EP would do a proper site, with quality pics and descriptions, they would sell many more books.
2- I know the # doesn't matter, I just didn't want anyone to get jealous that I got #1. :)
That's an awfully big white blurb for a single digit number. I'm just sayin' ...
5: did you really get #1? Why you lousy son... er, I mean congrats! I'm not jealous at all ;)
I did not. Thought it might be fun to play though. I don't even know why I erased it, I had photoshop open trying to decrease the size of the pics and decided to play with the eraser. It would be cool to get a number like that, maybe I could request it. Sub Press will send a requested number on occassion. At least if you have a certain number from associated books.
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