Don Stivers "The Promise" L/E Hand Signed & Numbered 2760/5000

An excellent hand signed and numbered limited edition print! I personally bought this from a dealer and its been sitting in the original flat package for over 10 years.
I'm relisting this with a very low reserve price, but, as you know, I just cannot give this away!
Well stored and never framed. No bends and it will look perfect once matted and framed!
The most reputable print site out there has it listed for $1,259.95 with a $20.00 plus shipping fee. I'm not a dealer and I'd like to finally sell this to someone who will appreciate it since I don't plan on getting it framed and I have no room for it on any of my walls.
Print Origin Description:
Part of the duty that the men were trained for and expected, was to face the Native American fiercely defending their homes and way of life. Those of the 9th and 10th U.S. Cavalry - The Buffalo Soldiers - because of their tenacity, hardness, and resolute courage, had already won the respect of the enemy who gave them their famous nom de guerre . But there were harder parts of soldiering than enduring the long rides, bad food, and hand-me-down equipment. There was always the parting from family and loved ones. And whether it was for the first time or the fiftieth, they never knew if it might be the last. The women were painfully aware of it to: A forced smile, a reassuring hug were not enough. Because of the inherent danger of the duty, and the savage enemy - but mostly because the men were often too brave for their own good - there was always the one most important promise that might not be kept.
Whether it was the first parting or the fiftieth, they never knew if it might be the last. Because of the inherent danger of the duty and the savage enemy -- but mostly because the men were often too brave for their own good -- there was always the one most important promise that might not be kept.

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