Misty - B-Stamp

Breyer

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The most famous Chincoteague Pony ever was, of course, Misty.  The epic tale Marguerite Henry wrote describing the wild herd and mysterious, un-catchable mare she was born to was an award-winning book read by every horse-loving kid.  Misty also starred in her own movie, went on tour with her filly Stormy, and performed at shows on Chincoteague to the delight of visitors from around the globe.  She pretty much put Chincoteague on the map, and now the tiny island hosts tens of thousands of tourists every year for Pony Penning Week.

Misty with her three foals; credit mistysheaven.com

[Misty on her stool, with her three foals. L to R: Wisp O' Mist, Phantom Wings, and Stormy.  Held by Ralph and Paul Beebe. Photo credit: www.mistysheaven.com]

 

This little mare is Near Mint with only pinpoint hoof edge rubs and some faint, pinpoint rubs on the high points of her right barrel.  She also has a few pinpoint black marks on her right rump and tail that should clean off.  She shows just slight yellowing, which you can reverse by sunbathing her for a couple of days.  She features darker markings on the right side of her jaw and eye patch, with a half  palomino / half white right ear, unpainted eye whites, and a cool little palomino stripe from under her jaw, along the seam, up her muzzle to her nostrils.  It's faint, but makes her recognizable.  She is a B-stamp model, which explains the added details.

 

Size: Traditional

Breyer Model #20

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