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Fawn

The Fawn was introduced in 1964 with the round "Breyer Molding Co." mold stamp, with later models also having the "U.S.A." stamp. Some may also have the "B" stamp. It was sculpted by Chris Hess and is Breyer mold #303.

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Photo Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
    303 Fawn tawny, white spots, solid face, black muzzle 1965-1973  
(c) Bonnie Quimby     304 Deer Family
With Buck, Doe
tawny, white spots, solid face, black muzzle 1964-1965 Same as #303
(c) Reeves International, Inc.     1734 Deer Family
With Buck, Doe, Fawn
tawny, white spots 2015-2016  
(c) Janice Cox (c) Janice Cox   3123 Deer Family
With Buck, Doe
tawny, white spots, solid face, black muzzle 1974-1997 Same as #303

Models issued during the first three months of 1997 have bi-color eyes.

3124 Whitetail Deer Family chocolate brown, white nose, throat, spots and underbelly 1998-2004  
(c) Breyer Animal Creations     3125 Whitetail Deer - Summer Coat grayish tan, white nose, throat, spots and underbelly 2005  
(c) Janice Cox   750124 Dakota, Liver Chestnut Mustang and Flicka, Deer
With Black Beauty
semigloss shaded brown, black nose, white muzzle, throat and underbelly 2005 Walmart

America's Wild Mustangs Series

#3124 - Whitetail Deer Family


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