Old Toy Horses

Ancient toy horses

Shopping and learn more about antique and collectable horses. The horse is one of the first animals to be represented in art. Little Peoples Horses were first launched in 1968 with the #915 Ranch and were hired in 1991.

Little Peoples Horses were first launched in 1968 with the #915 Ranch and were hired in 1991. It looks at first sight as if there are only 3 different horses: a dark one, a bay one and the JC Pennys classy blankie. Throughout the 23-year period in which these horses were produced, there were several different variants of them.

Even though these varieties are small and abundant, they can be useful in helping to determine the ages of each horse: the oldest horses have a metallic stud through the stomach and no choice of words. On the second release there is a metallic stud and the inscription "Made in Hong Kong". Please click here for a picture. In the third edition there is a circle where the stud used to be and the inscription "Made in Hong Kong".

Please click here for a picture. Fourth edition has a sleek tummy, the words "Made in Hong Kong" and no cilia. Clic here for a picture of the abdomen, and click here for a picture of lashes vs. no lashes. Last release has a sleek tummy, the words "Made in Hong Kong" and cilia.

Clic here for a picture of the abdomen, and click here for a picture of lashes vs. no lashes. One of three different kinds of browns could be the bay horse: there is tan, darkbrown and a glossy darkbrown, click here for a picture. Because we believe that the darkbrown came first, we know that the glossy bay was the last one.

The older horses are also blunt and the later ones glossy as well. Well, the horses have got whitesocks and blacks. Got a stud through his stomach and no words. Well, the horses have got whitesocks and blacks. Got a stud through his stomach, no words. Well, the horses have got whitesocks and blacks.

Got a stud through his stomach, no words.

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