Identify Your Breyer

Elk

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Early models of the Elk have the round "Breyer Molding Co." mold stamp, with post-1970 models having the "U.S.A." mark as well. The Elk was sculpted by Chris Hess and is Breyer mold #77.

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Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes

(c) Reeves International, Inc.

  77 Elk brown w/lighter rump, no white markings 1968-1997 Models made in the first three months of 1997 have bi-colored eyes.
77 Elk brown w/lighter rump, no white markings 1997 National Park Federation Wildlife Series

See sticker on box. In following year #396 was used in this series.

Models made in the first three months of 1997 have bi-colored eyes.

(c) Big Yeller Dog Farms

  396 Rocky Mountain Elk light brown 1998-2005 National Park Federation Wildlife Series
(1998, in solid box)

Wildlife Series, then North American Wildlife (1999-2005)

(c) Sharon Walbridge

    White, Glow in the Dark, with Harry Potter book glow in the dark white/light grey 2007 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)
 

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