Man O' War ~ General Lee's Traveller
The favorite mount of General Lee during the Civil War, Traveller became famous not only for his gorgeous coloring (he was said to be "Confederate Grey" with a black mane and tail), but also for his forward action, courage and stamina. Traveller was an American Saddlebred originally named Greenbrier and renamed Traveller (with two Ls) by General Lee.
Breyer produced a portrait model of Traveller for their Horses In History Series. He was made on the Man O' War mold, and only available in 1998-99.
This fellow is Factory Mint and beautiful, with all-over soft grey shading that adds depth, and a super matte finish that lets the color stand out on its own. He even comes with his original hang tag, original box, 1998 box brochure and JAH ad.
Breyer Model #718
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