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Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through
(c) L. Arfsten   75 Texas Longhorn Bull light brown 1961-1989  
(c) BreyerCollectables.com   370 Texas Longhorn Bull dark chestnut pinto 1990-1995  
(c) Reeves International, Inc.   384 Texas Longhorn Bull chestnut pinto 1996-1999  
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler 399 Texas Longhorn Bull chestnut pinto 2000-2004
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler   975 Texas Longhorn Bull woodgrain 1963-1966
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler   710501 Mesquite glossy grey dun 2001 BreyerFest Tent Special
(750 made)
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler   711081 Alamo dark chestnut pinto 2007 BreyerFest Tent Special
(750 made)
(c) Wendy Hick (c) Wendy Hick Babe Wedgewood 1960 Paul Bunyan Restaurant
(c) Reeves International, Inc.     Tan Pinto tan pinto 1995 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)
(c) Heather Wilkendorf   Charlie, Brindle Texas Longhorn brindle 1998 Broken Horn Outfitters
(750 made)
(c) Heather Wilkendorf     Maverick, Texas Longhorn black pinto 1998 Broken Horn Outfitters
(750 made)
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler     Rebel glossy chestnut pinto 2002 QVC
    Texas Legend bronze patina 2002

2009

Scottsdale Arabian Show

BreyerFest Store
(10 made total, 1 with polished gold horns)

(c) Keith Bean   Texas Legend black patina 2002

2009

Scottsdale Arabian Show

BreyerFest Store
(10 made total, 1 with polished gold horns)

    Texas Legend verdigris patina 2002

2009

Scottsdale Arabian Show

BreyerFest Store
(10 made total, 1 with polished gold horns)

(c) Sande Schneider     Wrangler black and white 2009 Lone Star Experience
(88 made)
(c) Keith Bean     Texas Longhorn Bull Lamp woodgrain 1960s-1970s Ranch Craft lamp made by Dunning Industries, Inc.
 

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