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A set of 12 postcards, each featuring a stunning reproduction of Hendrix's original draft lyrics for the smash hit "Purple Haze." Original drafted in Hendrix's own handwriting in 1966. Dimensions: 5" x 7."

Authentic Hendrix Item Number: 284-402-001
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