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1950s Lone Ranger Hartland on Rearing "Silver"

Lot Number 673

Quantity: Bid Starts: 05/12/2010 12:00:00 
Bid Open: 100.00  Bid Ends: 05/27/2010 23:30:00 
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Description



"Hi-yo Silver, Away!" is certain to be the sentiment upon beholding this 1950s Hartland Plastics Lone Ranger-Silver coupling. The sturdy plastic figurines include the masked hero, complete with red scarf and black gloves, and his trusty horse, which, in this case, is a rearing version. While legend has it that two hooves in the air indicates that the rider died in battle, further variations play out when examining Lone Ranger Hartlands, as several different horse poses were used, including semi-reared and on all fours. Accompanying is a saddle (with stirrups), a white cowboy hat and silver pistol. The horse has a few insignificant surface marks. and the Lone Ranger has very minor abrasions on his backside and nose tip.

 
 
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