Hanoverian, Bay - B-Stamp Model (sale for charity)
The Hanoverian sculpt was one of the most exciting molds to come out of the 1980s. His initial release was this deep bay with subtle highlights and no white. he was produced from 1980-1984.
This fellow is in Near Mint with a tiny rub on his chest, a tiny light rub (only through the shading layer) on his left barrel and maybe three or four pinpoint rubs overall. He sports not one, but two vent holes - One in each nostril... which I discovered when I realized I could see straight through him! He is one of those horses that you look at twice to see if he might be chalky, because he has a super matte finish and that "look," but instead you'll find he's a B stamp model! He stands just fine on his own, but this mold is known to be very tippy, so we recommend Museum Putty to keep him in this great condition.
This model was donated to our charity account for Harvest Hills Animal Shelter, and proceeds from its sale will help the shelter care for dogs and kitties in need. Thanks for your support!
Breyer Model #58
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