New Braunfels Feed has the Limited Edition 2021 Brick & Mortar Special Release Breyer Livingston in stock and available for you!
Breyer collecting is very popular among both the young and the old. Some very rare Breyer horse models sell for thousands of dollars. Values are based on age, rarity, and condition. Any rubs on the paint will reduce the value greatly. Broken ears and other chips may reduce the value to near zero except for possible remakes. High gloss Breyer models tend to sell for more than matte finishes, yet there are exceptions. Some of the Breyer models have been reintroduced a number of times since their original introduction there for are so common they sell for the original purchase price.
In the 1950s the toy industry began to grow rapidly, coinciding with the baby boom. Toy horses had always been a favorite so it was natural for Breyer and other companies to begin their manufacturing with horse toys. Many famous horses have been reproduced in plastic, but probably the most famous are the ponies of Chincoteague Island, which is located off the coast of Virginia. Misty, Stormy, Sea Star, and other Chincoteague ponies were written about in Marguerite Henry’s best-selling children’s books. Based on true stories, Misty and Stormy are children’s classics.
To begin collecting one needs to be aware of what to look for. Few can afford to collect all the different Breyer models available.
Stop by New Braunfels Feed and Supply to purchase “Livingston”, the Breyer Limited Edition 2021 Special Release.