Yohand Comeere easel
|Yohand Comeere easel|
|Release date||February 2013|
|Category||Limited Edition Rares|
|Value||Habbox Rare Values|
The Yohand Comeere easel was the third of the Limited Edition Easels to be released on Habbo and it was also one of the rarest and most expensive Limited Edition Rares to be available for players to buy, alongside the Pink Dragon Lamp.
It was released on the 23rd February 2013 at a price of 750 Credits, there were 80 available and all sold out within a matter of minutes and they're still available via trading at a profit of their original selling price.
They were the only easel to have a 750 Credit price tag as well as being the only easel to have only 80 available, the rest featured other paintings with 120 or 240 items in the batch.
The easel has the motto of 'Habbo with a ducket earring' and they were renamed from the original pieces to avoid copyright, there were also badges and a campaign with the easels to give Habbos a chance to gain something if they couldn't afford the easel.
The painting on the easel is based on a real life painting named: The girl with the pearl earring by Johannes Vermeer. Painted in the year 1667.