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A hunting trip for something in the basement reminded me of the box (plus) of Breyers I have sitting down there. They've been in storage for well over a year, and aside from the very top layer I have no idea who anyone is. I think it's fairly safe to say that anything down there would be sold off, so if I were to gather a list and photos, would anyone be interested? I don't show so can't promise LSQ, but for the most part I attempted to collect models that were in good shape.
Most of what's down there is Traditional and Classic scale, and I've included a few photos in this post. Would there be any interest in $25*/head for adult Traditionals and $10*/head for Classics + shipping? I have no idea how to price them. (No Stablemates - already offloaded everything I didn't want to keep).
*Pending some research. I'm more interested in clearing up boxes, but I have tuition and books to pay for - if I can make a little off of some of them (Bouncer, hinthint), I will.
I can't say for certain that all of the horses pictured would be for sale (but most would) or that the horses pictured are ALL that would be for sale (but I think they are). I have yet to actually venture down there and see what's in the boxes, and of course I didn't make a catalog before I packed them.
I'd just like to gauge interest, maybe make a couple of sales before I drag the boxes up over Thanksgiving or winter break and list them to MH$P.
PS - Known flaws: the cantering stock horse foals BOTH have seam splits, Nokota has a nose rub (not bad at all), the Strapless is a PSQ custom, Wixom is suicidal, Dreamweaver has small box rubs on a knee, Wintersong (if he's still down there) had red on his sides and maybe something else wrong with him, most of the classics will be GOOD shelf/body and are from Walmart Mustang sets, Bouncer has eartip rubs, and the palomino foals, Lady Phase, Nursing Mare/Foal, and Big Ben are all in gently played with condition - standard nose/ear/hoof/gentle tack rubs. I believe that I have two other Phar Laps in various states of etching and a bay Lady Phase in similar condition that are not pictured. Some of these horses are from my carpet herd days and have second air holes drilled into the opposite side of the mouth to better "hold" a bit.