I'm sorry I'm not trying to run any of you guys out of buyers but I found a place that sells breyers cheap. They aren't the very old valluables I don't think. You have probably already heard of them Its geddies toys! It's great! I am surprised that the tack is more exspensive. Its probably because its real leather. They have classic traditional and stablemates.
I'm new and was wondering if anyone has breyers that are paints and cheap they don't have to be 'show quality'
I would preffer black and white, I would like it to stand for the stall but if it doesn't
thats ok. I would rather you personaly e-mail me at email@example.com
and tack would be nice I don't care for a person some are creepy.
When I was a teenager (90's) a neighbor gave me these breyes that she had had as a child. She was in her 40's at the time so I can only guess at how old these guys are! I had the books for the 70's and didn't see them in there, so I am assuming the 60's or before!
If anyone happens to recognize them I would appriciate it since I am considering selling them and would hate to advertise without knowing their proper year and names.
Thank you! And I appologize the pics are a bit blurry!
Hi, Im selling some of my breyers to get money for college :) Most of them came out of the box and went right on a shelf. They are in very good condition and some of them come with their boxes.
Photos can be seen here http://www.flickr.com/photos/57204090@N05/
if your interested, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
thanks for looking :)
Here's a list
No. 1245 Appaloosa sport Horse, black (Retired) $30
No. 599 Kennebec Count Morgan (Retired) $28
No. 707 Cefnoakpark Bouncer Welsh pony $22
No.1176 Sugar and Spice, running mare and foal (Retired) $25
But the case of Sham's wheat ear is one instance where its absence or presence can give you a solid cut-off point to the date range of the model you're examining.
The real Sham was… well, in a way, there are two "real" Shams. The first is the actual literal horse who lived from 1724 to 1754, and who is considered one of the three stallions who served as the foundation horses of the modern Thoroughbred.
Hi, i have a Red Rum model, but i would really love a Theodore one (he is identical to my own horse, and i have abay welsh which is identicle to my other horse so would like a set)
I live in Ireland.
Hello just cleaning out my storage space and have a few vintage horses from the 80's. They are all in played with condition, but none of them are broken. I would prefer to sell them, but if not I will just give them away to friends and family. The only ones I have that might be worth anything are the following:
Black Stallion this one is in very good condition. No Alec
Five Gaiter brown with red ribbon
Western Horse Pinto
Old Timer no hat dappled grey
Black beaty set with four horses
Black stallion set with Johar and another arab horse
Jet Run brown
Might Tango grey
Phar Lap Chestnut color
Stormy the foal
I would gladly send picture to people who are interested.