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Antique Vintage 1950’s Mobo Horse Metal Ride On Toy by D. Sebel & Co, - $299 (Elma)

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North Star Rd near Seneca St

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: D. Sebel & Co
model name / number: Mobo Horse
size / dimensions: 27" x 12" x 30"
Antique Vintage 1950’s Mobo Horse Metal Ride On Toy by D. Sebel & Co, England

The Mobo Bronco is made of pressed steel, and it works by the rider sitting on the horse and pushing down on the stirrups then releasing them...... It moves across the floor by a spring mechanism concealed inside the body of the horse.
Mechanically sound
There are some imperfections such as scratches, rust and paint loss. The bridle is missing. See photos
Well preserved for its age and fully functional.
Made in England
Approximate dimensions are: 27" long, 30"tall, and 12" deep

The Mobo Bronco pressed-steel toy ride-horse was first made in Kent, England, in 1947 by D. Sebel & Sons. It helps illustrate the change in toy horse production from timber to moulded plastic via pressed metal, a change that is also reflected in other types of ride-on toys, including pedal cars. The firm continued in production until 1971, being forced out of business by cheaper toys made in Asia.

Do not contact me and request to pay with a check, money order, or certified check in order to have a third party pick up.

post id: 7755146995

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