Stock Horse Stallion, Black Pinto VARIATION: One Sock, B Stamp

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The Stock Horse Stallion wore this bold Tobiano Pinto coat from 1981 - 1988.  He has a solid black face and usually sports four socks.  Some, however, during the "B" stamp era, were given just one front sock, and this is one of that small group.

This fellow is Near Mint, marked down only for tiny eartip rubs, a tiny rub on the underside of his right hind coronet, and a tiny nostril rub.  Since he's black, they'd all be easy to touch up.  He shows only slight yellowing, so sunbathing him for a couple of days should bring him right up to bright whites.  When we unwrapped him, we detected a slight odor of storage, so I bathed him with Dawn dish soap and water and no longer detect it.  It may return while he's wrapped for transit, but again, sunbathing should help with that if it does.  He's a handsome boy with a clean body and is the one-sock variation, and is a B stamp model.

 

Size:  Traditional

Breyer Model #232

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