Foundation Stallion ~ Lakota Pony "Coup"
Breyer's attempt at recognizing Native American tribes continued in 1992 with this release, called Lakota Pony, on the Foundation Stallion. The grey stallion is decorated in blue with white spots, supposedly for protection, and each was given one of four different "war paint" symbols. This one wears three red stripes or bars across his nose, which translates into "coup."
This fellow is still attached in his original box. If you look very closely, he appears to have a shadow of blue on his neck. It looks like overspray of his blue markings, but may be a faint shadow of dye from his hang tag string. His hang tag will be bagged and tucked behind his box insert for safe traveling.
Breyer Model #869
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