Fighting Stallion ~ King, Alabaster
This is one of the original colors for Chris Hess's Fighting Stallion mold. Called King, and originally "King, Lipizzan Stallion," he is described as alabaster. While the glossy version WAS alabaster (white with a grey mane and tail), the matte version always has a white mane and tail. He was only produced from 1963-1985.
This fellow is in Excellent to Near Mint with only slight yellowing (better than almost all we've seen!) hoof edge rubs, and a few specks in his plastic as usual. He has a small yellow stain on the right side of his neck, looking like the shadow of a blue ribbon sticker. This is a great fellow for your collection, with shaded genitals, nostrils, and inner ears, unpainted eye whites, and still wearing his hoof and tail pads!
Breyer Model #30
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