Western Pony, Palomino
The handsome little Western Pony was one of Breyer's earliest creations, and this palomino release was produced from 1956-1973. Many of them are more of a caramel chestnut than palomino, and all wear four airbrushed socks and an airbrushed bald face. Some wear a grey-shaded forelock like their big brothers.
This fellow is in Very Good condition but displays well in a conga or on his left side. He has a few pinpoint rubs and some tiny marks on his left side, including two orange specks in his mane, but from normal viewing distance, he's really pretty. His major issue appears to be a factory flaw: He looks like he was boxed up before his finish was dry, and stuck to the plastic bag he would have been put into, inside his box. As a result, he has a very rough area on his right shoulder, breast collar and neck. Some of this is hidden by his reins. He is missing about 20% of his gold paint (mostly on the left side again), and has ear and hoof rubs. He features a beautiful, rich body color, with neat face coloring that highlights his face veins, dark nostril shading and grey inner ear shading.
Breyer Model #43
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