Deer Family, Dark-Faced Deer Family
Chris Hess's deer molds were released with this pretty coat color only in 2015-2016. They have caramel colored coats with dark faces, which are seen sometimes in Florida deer, particularly those from swamps. The name "Dark-Faced Deer Family" isn't the official name, but it's a really neat look. Because of their only two-year run, this is one of the hardest sets to find.
The buck is Near Mint with a few pinpoint light rubs on his right side, only visible on close inspection. He wears a caramel coat with darker face, lighter inner ears and softly blended white accents. Very pretty!
The doe is Near Mint with a tiny light rub (only through the shading) on her right hip. Like the buck, she features a caramel body with darker face shading which is really pretty. She also shows a faint dorsal stripe and a touch of sooty shading inside her ears.
Their fawn is Factory Mint with a slightly darker coat than her parents and sooty shading only on her muzzle, not all the way up her forehead. She features bold spots and beautifully blended shading.
They will be shipped bubble-wrapped separately, with the buck's antlers padded for extra protection. Shipping weight is set at 3 pounds to account for the larger box and additional packing material that will keep those antlers safe on the way to you.
Breyer Model #1734
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