Are Breyer horses worth money?
Scratches, rubs, and breaks reduce a model’s value considerably, more so for common models than for rare models. A rare model, for example, such as a Woodgrain Family Arabian Mare is worth over $1,800. A palomino colored Family Arabian Stallion produced that same year is probably worth only around $20.
Are Breyer Horses collectible?
Breyer models are collectibles, and as such, condition is EVERYTHING to collectors. It is as important as rarity in determining a value!
How can you tell if a Breyer horse is chalky?
Most chalkies were painted over non-white, often brightly colored plastic, and while it is not always obvious, checking any rubbed areas can help identify these models. If a suspected chalky does not have any rubs, the bottom of the hooves are a good place to check.
What is the most expensive Breyer horse?
Because that $22,000 model horse is without a doubt the best plastic model horse ever produced. Incredible color, incredible mold. His real horse counterpart would be well into the six figures,” lifelong hobbyist Erin Corbett explained.