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Donkey

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The Donkey has no mold marks. It was sculpted by Chris Hess and is Breyer mold #81.

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Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes

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81 Donkey matte or semigloss grey, bald or solid face, black/charcoal mane and tail tuft, some with dorsal stripe and primitive bar over withers, 0-4 stockings 1958-1974 Color varies from medium/light grey to nearly black and from greyish brown to bay.

(c) Janice Cox

81 Donkey light grey 1958-1974 Color variation

81 Donkey bay 1958-1974 Color variation

81 Donkey matte or semigloss grey, bald or solid face, black/charcoal mane and tail tuft, some with dorsal stripe and primitive bar over withers, 0-4 stockings 1976 Reissued for election year, came in red, white and blue box.

See ad for 1976 release below

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82 Donkey matte or semigloss grey, bald or solid face, black/charcoal mane and tail tuft, some with dorsal stripe and primitive bar over withers, 0-4 stockings, removable red plastic baskets 1958-1960 Same as #81

(c) Madison Kuhn

390 Donkey light grey, bald face, charcoal mane, grey tail tuft, dorsal stripe and primitive stripe over withers, four stockings 1992 Election year issue. Lighter grey than #81, most with more defined primitive stripe

  Donkey grey, black mane/tail, four stockings, chalky ~1958-1974 Lamp not made by Breyer.

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  Donkey gold/bronze Late 1960s Test Run

  Donkey woodgrain ~1963-1967 Possible small SR; 1 known to exist

(c) Heather Wilkendorf

  Donkey solid light grey ~2004 Probably Test Run

  Advertising pamphlet for 1976 Elephant and Donkey


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