Clydesdale Stallion, Bay - No Muscles Original Mold
This rugged fellow was only made in this color between 1958 and 1971. He is bay with highlights, gold bobs and tail ribbon, airbrushed socks and bald face. The very earliest models on this mold had very little muscle definition. These were only made between 1958-1961. In 1962 more muscle grooves and definition were added, turning him into the mold we have known and loved ever since. The "no muscles" version is a hard-to-find boy these days.
This fellow is the original, no-muscles version of the mold Near Mint condition, marked down for a scattering of tiny, faint black marks on his right shoulder and neck that should come off with a gentle cleaning, and for mild yellowing. Sunbathing should brighten him up quite a bit, although because of his age, his plastic will have condensed and always be slightly ivory colored. This is normal for models from the 50s and early 60s. He wears the lightest coat color we've seen, matching some modern buckskin coat colors. He sports a white muzzle and grey inner ears, and features airbrushed eyes which give him the appearance of shading around them, gold bobs that still shimmer, and a beautiful glossy finish. He wears no mold mark. What a beautiful example of this very early release.
Breyer Model #80
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