Many popular Western figures based on TV shows and movies were issued in the 1950s. The two most iconic characters that were celebrated in this fashion, are the Lone Ranger and Hopalong. Zorro was more a Spanish colonial hero, Roy Rogers was a real guy, and with respect to Lucas McCain, Josh Randall, and all the other tall in the saddle TV guys, none of them enjoyed the widespread recognition that the masked man and Hoppy enjoyed. Update your appreciation of these iconic Westerners with these (3) 1950s horse and rider figures.
Hartland Lone Ranger with horse Silver, saddle, hat and (2) pistols. This set is (EX-MT) and the figure has worn paint on the nose along with minor saddle contact marks. The horse is toned-to-cream everywhere but the area under the saddle, which is white with actual tan lines, and the hat shows moderate wear;
Ideal Hopalong Cassidy with horse, hat and original factory box and was issued without a gun. This set is (VG) with moderate paint wear. The box retains a solid shape, however, the flaps are detached at one end, and there are small sections of surface paper loss on the front panel;
Lone Ranger 3" figure marked Made in Hong Kong on the back with the horse marked Made in the USA underneath. This set is (VG) with deference to the barrel of the upraised gun broken off and absent.