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Old 02-25-2012, 10:00 AM
Location: Orlando, Florida
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The promotion is a free print, Bronc Rider, which is a pencil illustration done by Stan for The Bodacious Kid, his first novel. It is a 7"x10" frameable print, signed and numbered, in a limited edition run of 2500 copies. In the book, the caption is "The little horse broke in two and went to chinning the moon." Merlin Fanshaw, alias "The Bodacious Kid" is doing the riding and breaking of the horse.

This is a Stan Lynde collector's print and first of a kind offering. It is quite valuable, estimated to be worth $100. It is not framed or matted. It is a limited offer while supplies are on hand

Stan Lynde, Western Mystery Novelist, Cartoonist, Award-Winning Author Merlin Fanshaw Western Series
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