5" Hartland Foals - QH Foal and Arabian Foal

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The Hartland 5" QH Foal was made in buckskin from 1963-1969.  He has a golden tan coat with caramel shading, a black mane and tail and no white markings.

He is in  Very Good to Excellent condition with quite a few rubs and a tiny grey mark on each side of his barrel.  Since he's made of yellow plastic, though, the rubs don't show like they would against white plastic, so he displays well.  She has really pretty shading.  

The 5-inch Arabian Foal was made in grey with black points from 1963-1967.  A lesser known variation has no grey body paint, so they have white bodies with black points.  It is believed that some were still in the warehouse when Durant took over Hartland in 1970, so they may have also been sold between 1970 and 1973 until that stock was gone.  Durant then began producing their own, but theirs lacked grey face shading. 

She is in Near Mint condition with a couple of tiny hoof edge rubs, some dusty marks that should come off with a bath, and visible seam glue (as always).  She features soft grey face shading and well blended black lower legs.

 

Size:  5" Series (Hartland designation; not actual height)

Model # QH: #56,  Arabian: 6002 (#4201 Durant from 1970-1973);

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