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Brahma Bull


The Brahma Bull was introduced in 1958 with no mold marks. Some time in the early 1980s the round "Breyer Molding Co." mold stamp was added and some have the "B" stamp as well. The mold scrotum is a separate, added-on part, and at least a few models escaped the factory as steers, lacking the scrotum but otherwise the same as their fully-equipped brothers. The mold was copied from a porcelain bull sculpted by Edward Marshall Boehm and is Breyer mold #70.

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Photo Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
(c)   70 Brahma Bull glossy shaded grey 1956/57-1967 Also showing 1956/1957 hang tag referring to model as "Brahman Bull."
    70 Brahma Bull matt/semigloss shaded grey 1968-1995
385 Red Brahma Bull shaded red dun 1996-2004 Models produced in the first three months of 1997 have bi-colored eyes.
(c) Elizabeth Emswiler 970 Brahma Bull woodgrain, unpainted horns, black eyes 1959-1965
711237 Zebu brown and white, tri-colored eyes, stripes horns 2016 BreyerFest Special Run
(800 made)

"BreyerFest 2016" stamped on belly

    Pete apricot dun, darker legs late 1980's or early 1990s Test Model
Test Color Brown Brahma Bull brown 1993 BreyerFest Live Auction
(1 made)

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