Lady Roxana is an Arabian mare in Marguerite Henry's book King of the Wind about one of the Thoroughbred breed's founding sires. She is a beautiful, delicate white mare, and her likeness is well-captured in this mold created just for her in what Breyer called their "Artist Series" of models. She was only available for three years, being discontinued in 1988.
She is in Excellent condition with a couple of tiny rubs on top of her tail, a few tiny hoof edge rubs, and a scattering of pinpoint grey marks. Her eartips are very rounded, and originally, I thought perhaps one had been chipped and sanded down at the factory, but on close inspection, I believe neither were sanded at all, and the rounding is from excess plastic not missing plastic. She needs a bit of cleaning to remove those tiny grey specks and marks, but she'll be very worth your effort - She has one of the brightest white coats we've seen on this release in years! She features grey shading on her muzzle and even around her eyes.
Breyer Model #425
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