Fine copy signed by Joe Kindig, Jr. and several others in this scarce book. No. 48 of 200 copies.
THOUGHTS ON THE KENTUCKY RIFLE IN IT’S GOLDEN AGE. “All manifestation must be born through the heart.” This book was born through the loving efforts of…Mary Ann Cresswell, Editor, Samuel E. Dyke, Research, Henry J. Kauffman, Research, John E. Groome, Printer, George N. Hyatt, Publisher, Joe Kindig, Jr., Buford W. Muir, Photographer. (each of those named have signed this book). Printed at York, Pa. , Trimmer Printing, Inc. 1960, Deluxe boxed edition No. 48 of 200. Hard cloth covers with leather spine, 560 pages, profusely illustrated with photos, some in color.
The bible for early Kentucky rifles, with close-up photos showing the craftsmanship and artistry that went into making these fine examples of some of the premier makers of that era.
Condition is excellent. The box shows wear, but intact and complete with gold applied label.
I can’t locate another copy of a deluxe copy, but believe the price is more than fair.