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(10) 1950s-1960s Hartland/Ideal/Other Western Mini-Figure Horse and Rider Sets with (2) in Factory Boxes

Lot Number 1705

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Description

Well-known TV characters from the Western genre await your command, with this collection of (10) 1950s-1960s horse and rider mini-figure set. This diminutive posse is formed with examples from famous makers Hartland and Ideal, along with others that are copyright dated with film company credits, which are believed to have been made by Hartland. 


Featured are:


Ideal Hopalong Cassidy in black outfit with horse and hat in original factory box. Figure is (VG) due to wear on the head from contact with the hat, otherwise presents a good bit better. The box is clean and solid, however, one short side inner flap is absent;


Ideal Davy Crockett with horse and coonskin cap in original factory box. Figure is (EX) and the box retains a decent shape with moderate wear, including some creasing on the back; 


Reliable (Made in Canada) Hopalong Cassidy (VG) in tan shirt and brown pants with hat and horse. Hat is glued on the head and the pants bear extensive saddle contact marks; 


Hartland Roy Rogers (EX+) with horse and hat. Figure has some toning discoloration on the back;


Hartland Jim Hardie with horse and hat. Figure presents EX-MT details with deference to a scratch on the forehead;


Hartland Wyatt Earp with brown horse and hat. Figure is (EX) due to moderate wear on the tip of the nose and a couple of hat contact marks on the forehead, otherwise presents better;


Hartland Wyatt Earp (GD-VG) with tan horse. Figure shows general wear;


Warner Bros. Bret Maverick (VG-EX) with horse. Figure has moderate wear on the hair, nose and back;


CBS Films Matt Dillon (GD-VG) with horse and hat. Figure shows general wear; 


CBS Films Paladin (VG-EX) with horse and hat. Paint is worn off of the tip of the figure's nose and the light-to-moderate wear is noted on the hair and pants.

 



 
 
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