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(9) Hartland American Indian Horse/Rider Pairings

Lot Number 768

Quantity: Bid Starts: 09/19/2011 12:00:00 
Bid Open: 150.00  Bid Ends: 09/29/2011 22:00:00 
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Riding the plains and living off the land, Native Americans headline this lot of (9) Hartland “Famous Rider Series” horse-and-Indian pairs. Includes:

(3) Chief Brave Eagle on (2) white semi-rearing horses (mane up, fancy tail) with saddle and (1) brown pinto Chubby (no saddle). The semi-rearing horses vary, as one is solid white and one has black hoofs. All (3) Chief Brave Eagle figurines have broken (left) braids and are missing bows. One headdress is missing, as well.

(2) Tonto on brown pinto Chubby. One horse is (NM) with brown saddle; one has discoloration from dye on saddle (not included). Tonto figurines are unblemished and both missing feather. Figurines are missing weapon accessories and vary, as one has the plain belt and one has diamond shapes painted on the belt.

(2) Chief Thunderbird on black pinto Chubby with no molded bridle. One horse has a couple instances of minor paint loss. Chief Thunderbird figurines are of the “without war paint” variety. One includes the saddle, headdress and spear/knife/tomahawk accessories.

(2) Cochise on semi-rearing black pinto (mane up, fancy tail). Horses show rubbing on pointed areas. Cochise figurines have very minor surface abrasions and are both missing the rifle. One saddle is included.

 
 
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