Vintage Pressed Steel Metal Ride On Horse MOBO BRONCO HORSE Collectible England

Vintage Pressed Steel Metal Ride On Horse MOBO BRONCO HORSE Collectible England

Sale price $395.00 Regular price $425.00

 

Product Description:  Made in England this fantastic collectible toy was once a riding horse most likely from the 1940's era.  A wonderful show piece with a great vintage appearance, rich patina and natural color wear.  At one time, children sat on this fine horse riding straight ahead, pumping the foot levers (stirrups) and the Mobo Bronco would move, depicting riding a real horse.  It is constructed of two pressed steel halves which are connected in the center of the horse, a plastic coated cord for the reins, red and yellow saddle and realistic molded features. Once an enjoyable toy, now a fantastic showpiece for that special area.

Note:  Please refer to “Condition” for additional information.  Original box and tags are “not” included.

Circa:  1947-1950

Dimensions: 
Height:  30 inches
Width:  14 inches
Length:  27 inches

Product Weight:  18.2 Pounds

Primary Colors:  Red, Yellow, Other

Primary Material:  Pressed Steel

Origin:  Made in England

Markings:  Raised "MOBO" lettering in foot levers (stirrups).  

Condition:  Previously owned - used. Nice display piece. Scratches, scuffs and color wear in areas (as shown).  When pushed down on his saddle, he doesn't bounce back up as should. When pushed or in motion, the horse is squeaky due to rusty mechanisms.  Not recommended for use.  Only display purposes.  Original label in the front of the chest is worn off leaving a white circle imprint. Body painted spots or color are worn, leaving mostly areas of a natural patinated surface.  Due to age, this item is being sold as a collectible for display, "not a toy".

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