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Hartland Statue Western Character Lot of (4)

Lot Number 1515

Quantity: Bid Starts: 04/24/2017 12:00:00 
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Hit the trail to track down this lot of vintage Hartland Plastics Western characters. Offered are (4) figures including (3) from the Gunfighter Series and (1) Rider and Horse combo set. These attractive plastic statues all retain an excellent degree of original detail and paint, with clean and glossy surfaces, though there are a few minor issues. Seeking to cash in on the slew of popular 1950s TV Western shows, the Gunfighters line featured famous figures from the Old West whose exploits have become legend. Included with this group are:


(2) Brett Maverick statues modeled after affable actor James Garner, both present (NM+) and have silver pistols and one is accompanied by a mildly soiled white hat, both will stand independently when the arms are arranged at proper angles, one figure has arms that are tight and the other has arms that are a bit loose but remain as positioned


Bat Masterson statue modeled after actor Gene Barry which stands independently, comes with black hat, brown pistol and gold-handled walking stick, this piece presents NM, however the arms are loose and have been repaired with a rubber band that is too loose, resulting in one arm hanging a bit at the shoulder, this condition can and should be rectified by placing a tighter band or string on the easily accessible interior fastening hooks, also minor bits of paint from the hat have transferred to the forehead, but are not visible when the hat is on


Chief Thunderbird and Pinto combination horse and rider set (NM+) comes with red saddle, red/white headdress, red/white spear, yellow hatchet and yellow knife, figure sits easily, horse stands independently and overall this piece is very attractive, though twine string reins are broken but could be repaired by being un-knotted and re-tied



 
 
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