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    Vintage Hartland Pair - Sgt. Lance O'Rourke & "Champ" Horse With Rider. In addition to the many toys taken from television shows, Hartland produced generic subject as well. Offered are two such examples. Includes: Sergeant Lance O'Rourke, Royal Canadian Mounted Police. The box presents nicely but has spots of surface loss on the bottom panel from price sticker removal. Includes retail box (presents VG), horse, saddle, reigns, rider and hat. Missing lanyard and gun. Overall near mint condition; "Champ" Horse and Rider (901 PAL) - This 12" generic version is the cowboy in red and white, his horse is a tan & White Palomino. Included are the rider, horse and saddle, hat and two pistols. Original mailing box has tape and is otherwise excellent. Side panel has factory circled "901" and "PAL." The horse, rider and accessories are all near mint to mint.

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    November, 2015
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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