Western Pony, Black Pinto - VARIATION: Missing Shoulder Spot
One of the earliest in Breyer's stable, the black pinto Western Pony was only made from 1956-1976. He came with a black snap-cinch saddle until 1967, and then was swapped to a grey slip-on one. Three variations have been found, having to do with the white spot on his right shoulder. Some have it positioned high, some have it low (touching his forearm), and at least one has no spot there at all.
This fellow is the no shoulder spot variation. He is in Very Good condition, rated so because his molded-on bridle and breast collar have been repainted. They appear to have been painted with acrylic, so I expect you could restore them. His cord reins have also been added. Beyond that, he has only tiny rubs and marks and moderate yellowing, which you can correct with some sunbathing. He may not be perfect, but he's a hard-to-find variation, so he'd still be great to have in your herd.
Breyer Model #41
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