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    Posted 5 years ago

    StacyEW
    (180 items)

    I have two horse figurines that have been glued, are these still collectable?
    They are part of a vast collection of items from my late mothers inventory.

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    Comments

    1. Smlo2008, 5 years ago
      Look for Breyer marking on inner thigh. I came across of a number of them this past week and have been looker for a buyer myself. They look as mine do.
    2. StacyEW StacyEW, 5 years ago
      Smlo2008 thanks!
      these do not have a mark, but my other one does & I would not have noticed it unless you pointed me in that direction - Thank YOU so much!!!
    3. Smlo2008, 5 years ago
      I was looking at your plastic horse pics and replied to wrong. The pic with glued legs may be chalkware if they are heavy in weight. Chalkware was used for carnival prizes years ago. Just something I learned from my father that might be useful to you. Good luck

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