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Mobo Rocking Horse Toy, 1960s

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Mobo Rocking Horse Toy, 1960s

1960s Mobo Toy, a rocking horse toy made by D.Sebel & Co LTD Mobo Toys England. This metal rocker horse stands on a frame with springs to rock. It has a red saddle with a gold colored saddle cloth or caparison. In the trapping there is pressed : Made in England. This Midcentury Toy is known by many among us. The painting is still beautiful with some traces of age and use, the handles to hold the horse and the feet support are still present as well all the springs.

Specifications Mobo Prairie King Rocking Horse Toy

Dimensions: L 104,5 x D 51,5 x H 90cm
Origin: England
Period: 1960s
Materials: Metal
Condition: Photos are part of the description

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