Fury Prancer, Palomino
The Fury Prancer is one of Breyer's earliest mold and rarely gets used these days. He was produced in palomino between 1955 and somewhere between 1960-1962. (Records from the early 60s haven't been found.) He wears a rich palomino/chestnut coat similar to some of the Western Horses from the same era. He's an early piece of Breyer history.
He is in Very Good condition with a chipped left ear being his biggest issue. He has a bent right eartip, a very few tiny and pinpoint rubs and a few light, scuffy rubs (only through the finish, not to plastic). He features body-color shading in his mane and tail, and gold eyes. He comes with his original reins, which are still shiny, and his snap-cinch Western saddle. His saddle looks like it once had a piece of tape over the seat, and it has left some dried residue, but it displays well, with lots of gold trim.
Breyer Model #P43
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