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The Doe was introduced in 1964 with the round "Breyer Molding Co." mold stamp, with later, post-1970 models having the "U.S.A." mold stamp as well. The mold was sculpted by Chris Hess and is Breyer mold #302DO.

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Photo Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
    302 Doe tawny, white underside, black muzzle 1964-1973  
(c) Bonnie Quimby     304 Deer Family
With Buck, Fawn
tawny, white underside, black muzzle 1964-1965 Same as #302
(c) Reeves International, Inc.     1734 Deer Family
With Buck, Doe, Fawn
tawny 2015-2016  
(c) Janice Cox (c) Janice Cox   3123 Deer Family
With Buck, Fawn
tawny, white underside, black muzzle 1974-1997 Same as #302. Models issued in the first three months of 1997 have bi-colored eyes.

3124 Whitetail Deer Family chocolate brown 1998-2004  
(c) Breyer Animal Creations     3125 Whitetail Deer - Summer Coat grayish tan 2005  
(c) Shayleen Garner       Doe grey ? Probable Test Run

#3124 - Whitetail Deer Family

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