Fighting Stallion ~ King, Matte Palomino
This is one of the early colors for Chris Hess's Fighting Stallion mold. Called King, he began production as a glossy palomino in 1961, then changed to matte finish for just a few years at the end of his run. He was only produced in matte from 1970-1973, making him one of the few models where matte is harder to find than glossy.
This fellow is in Very Good condition with no breaks, chips or splits. He's a good restoration candidate, as he has a few tiny rubs, but is covered in marks, predominantly on his left side. Since the matte palomino is hard to find, he's worth trying to restore. His whites are bright and he has pale, shell pink hooves. He features unpainted eye whites and nostril shading. USA mark.
Breyer Model #33
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