Lucky 13

The number 13 is attached to many superstitious beliefs.  Often thought to be an omen for misfortune, there are still others that prefer the opposite approach, believing the number to be the symbol of a charmed existence.
Here are a couple of NW Limited‘s “lucky” 13s for you to consider:
A Dead Reckoning of the Pacific Graveyard (#13!) has gone home with its fortunate owner:

Number 113 “little” Lewis & Clark States Map, home from the front lines:



Bill likes to send his work out into the world to see how they handle the stress and strain, the mishaps of existing in a messy environment, or a high-traffic one. Placement is key, and History in Vogue can often be found in the most rigorous conditions.
We’re not divulging the location where this little number did its time, but it looks damn good for its veteran status.
N(ot) F(or) S(ale).
Others like it can be had for $85, and with a minimum of care, it will never look like ol’ lucky, there.
Have you encountered NW Limited…History in VogueTM somewhere in your travels?

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