Famous TV Westerners ride in, with this pair of 1950s Hartland horse and rider sets. Clayton Moore and Chuck Connors gave life to television heroes The Lone Ranger and The Rifleman. In turn, these popular small screen actors were rendered into shelf-sized icons in character, when Hartland issued its prized 1950s Western riders statues. Here's your chance to relive fond memories of the black and white TV era, with:
Lone Ranger and Silver horse and rider set with saddle, reins, hat, two pistols and factory box. The Ranger is (VG) due to paint wear at various points, but he still makes an impressive appearance. Silver is (EX) with light soiling and small saddle contact marks.
The Rifleman horse and rider set with saddle, reins, hat, mismatched rifle and factory box. The Rifleman is (FR) due to the thumbs being broken off, wear on the nose, and numerous contact marks on the pants. The horse is (VG-EX) with moderate wear on the body.
Both factory boxes are shrink-wrapped tight. Both retain solid shapes, and show light to moderate wear.