Walking Horse ~ Silver - Wavy Tail Version


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One of the most famous horses in the world, Silver was given this portrait model by Hartland from 1957-1959.  He is solid white with a black molded-on bridle with silver accents, matching breast collar, and bead-chain reins.  Some were made with plastic lace reins while others had these metal beaded reins - Finding a horse with either type of reins or his original saddle is a great bonus.  The Walking Horse as Silver came in two versions:  One with a straight tail and one with a wavy tail.

This fellow is Excellent condition with assorted tiny and pinpoint marks and mild yellowing.  Most or all of the marks may come off with a bath and a Magic Eraser.  Yellowing can be reversed with some time spent sunbathing.  He comes with part of his original bead-chain reins - They must have broken in the past, but someone saved part of them, so they hang in a neat loop.  He has a couple of tiny hoof edge rubs, but the paint on his martingale and bridle are almost completely intact.  Both are accented with silver dots to match his black saddle.  Horse features nostril, face and inner ear shading and wears in "I" inside both hind legs.


Size: 9" Series / 800 Series

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