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In-Between Mare

Between the introduction of the Proud Arabian Mare and the release of the Family Arabian Mare Breyer created the mold now referred to as the "In-Between Mare." Similar to both but more finely built than the FAM, the mold has the center of her tail attached to her right buttock, has a prominent belly, and leans to the left. It also possesses the round "Breyer Molding Co" mold stamp. Only a handful are known to exist and the mold was never officially released. Despite its mold flaws the In-between Mare is highly sought after.

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Photo Photo Model Number Name Color Release Dates Released Through/Notes
      In-Between Mare glossy grey blanket ~1959-1960  
      In-Between Mare glossy alabaster ~1959-1960  
(c) Wendy Hick   In-Between Mare woodgrain ~1959-1960  

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