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Brighty

   

The Brighty mold was introduced in 1974 as a tie-in to Marguerite Henry's novel Brighty of the Grand Canyon. It was sculpted by Chris Hess and is Breyer mold #375.

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Photo Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through
(c) L. Arfsten     375 Marguerite Henry's Brighty grey 1982-1987
375 Marguerite Henry's Brighty grey 1982-1987 Chalky
(c) Reeves International, Inc.     376 Marguerite Henry's Brighty
(Brighty 1991)
brownish-grey 1991-2005
(c) Reeves International, Inc. (c) Janice Cox   1295 Brighty of the Grand Canyon Model and Book Set
With paperback copy of Marguerite Henry's Brighty of the Grand Canyon
grey 2007  
  1761 Hickory Hills Wall Street light brown and white, bars on legs 2016-current  
(c) Sharon Walbridge     2075 Brighty Gift Set
With white paperback and carrying case
grey 1974-1981 Same as #375
(c) Silke Schwietert     701302 Mischief the Holiday Donkey
With Santa hat, boots, string of Christmas lights
buckskin 2002 Holiday Horse
(c) Heidi Patersdorfer     711015 Oliver grey pinto 2005 BreyerFest Special Run
(750 made)

With Certificate of Authenticity

(c) Wendy Hick (c) Wendy Hick   711123 Cameo brown and white 2010 BreyerFest Look-A-Like Contest Prize
(25 made)
(c) Janice Cox (c) Janice Cox   711176 Tennessee Titan brown and white Tyger-Spotted 2013 BreyerFest Store Special
(1,000 made)
      Unicorn Oliver grey pinto 2005

BreyerFest Silent Auction
(1 made)

#711015 above with added horn

(c) Reeves International, Inc.       Mahogany pinto with custom British Beach Donkey halter bay pinto 2012 BreyerFest Silent Auction
(1 made)


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