Semi-Rearing Horse ~ Lone Ranger's Silver
This early 1960s semi-rearing Silver model from the Lone Ranger TV series captures Silver's spirit and energy as he helps the Lone Ranger right injustice across the West. Several molds were used by Hartland to depict Silver. This is the Semi-Rearing Horse, designated as "mane up, plain tail" by Hartland collectors. He was made between 1954-1962.
He is in Very Good condition and a great restoration prospect. He is marked down for a scattering of black marks which should come off with a gentle cleaning or Magic Eraser. He also shows mild yellowing which you can reverse by letting him sunbathe for a week or so. (He's already brighter than any other we've had!) He has a rub, or lightly painted, left eye, a bit of seam glue showing under his belly, and his bead-chain reins have broken and been reattached shorter. He features grey face and nostril shading and black inner ear shading, along with nearly intact paint on his bridle and martingale.
Size: Horse & Rider 800 Series, approximately 8" tall
Hartland Model #801
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