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Posted 4 years ago

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would like to know more about this if any has info. i bought it at an estate auction in pawnee okla

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  1. jsw14 jsw14, 4 years ago
    Very nice pick. It's pressed & molded for sure. Wish I knew more.... From the Circus maybe?
  2. GirlPowerPicker, 4 years ago
    Is it made out of wood? If it was carved out of wood, it would be an early carousel piece and worth some bucks. Also the original textures and paints should remain and should not be painted over. It should not look pressed together or fabricated. The very first carousel was made in 1879 by Mr. Carl Landow in Western NY, made strictly from wood. Hope this helps.
  3. tkgokc, 4 years ago
    I got a call this morn lady said it looked like late 40s carousel during that time they trying diff material 4 them it kinda makes sense because i bought it at auction in pawnee okla home of pawnee bill the still have his rodeo their every year
  4. tkgokc, 4 years ago
    not wood alum is this an carousel horse
  5. jsw14 jsw14, 4 years ago
    Looks to me like a carousel horse. Not one with the pole, but just one that's fixed in place & goes around.... Production piece that was not painted yet...

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