Sham the Godolphin Arabian
Sham was the first model in Breyer's Artist Series, and features the artist's signature engraved into his hind leg. He was designed by Rich Rudish and released in 1984 to rave reviews. He is a portrait of Sham, the Godolphin Arabian, one of the three founding sires of the Thoroughbred, and the main character in Marguerite Henry's book, King of the Wind. He is done in rich blood bay with no white other than the small white spot behind one fetlock that identifies him.
This fellow is Near Mint with just a tiny rub on his right shoulder and eartips. He does not have the wheat-ear on his chest.
Breyer Model #410