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RE: Traditional or Classic???

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RE: Traditional or Classic???

Aug 13,2017 3:53 pm by BreyerLover2222

I'd still say Trad's!!!!

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Aug 12,2017 1:13 pm by BreyergirlZ

traditional. except for some molds

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Aug 12,2016 9:02 am by BreyerLover2222

My first one was a Traditional.

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Aug 11,2016 6:26 am by BreyerQueen6

Well... I like them both. After all, my first Breyer was a Classic.

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Aug 09,2016 1:29 pm by BreyerLover2222

Love them both!!!!!

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Aug 06,2016 8:30 am by BreyerQueen6

Traditional!

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Feb 20,2016 8:54 am by KatHorseGirl

Neutral

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Apr 01,2015 4:40 pm by ChuggerLuver

Traditional. I love them even though they are more expensive.

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Jun 15,2014 3:08 pm by Showgirl

Traditional. Definitely.

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Apr 23,2014 6:03 pm by everythingequestrian1

he is a traditional model

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Jan 12,2013 10:22 am by ilovehorses14

traditional all the way!!!

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Dec 27,2012 6:02 pm by MysticalFoal

If you ever have this problem again,either measure the model like BreyerFan1416 said or go to identifyyourbreyer.com.

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Dec 06,2012 12:25 pm by Kristalonni

Traditional

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Oct 21,2012 9:25 am by HaydenH

For a while before... basically this year I mostly collected classic models. Though they were great and less expensive I thought the traditional models were beautiful! I saved up my money and went to Breyerfest and purchased some new Traditional models! I love them! They are beautifully detailed and have many accessories... much more than classics! I now have about 20 traditionals, 6 classics, and 15 stablemates! I hope to get many new horses for Christmas! I really suggest the Traditional models... they are lovely!!!

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Aug 21,2012 6:42 pm by breyerluver

He is a Traditional scale foal. My suggestion for the future would be to compare them to the Classics like you said you did.

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Aug 21,2012 12:29 am by BlackCaviar4Eva

Traditional (:

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Jul 26,2012 8:38 pm by BreyerFan1416

All u have to do is measure how tall it is. If its about 9 inches tall then it's a traditional model. And if it's about 6 inches then it a classic. Hope this helped : )

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Traditional or Classic???

Jul 19,2012 2:05 pm by raintail

I have the Breyer model titled: Footloose. He is a yearling with a white sock on his right hind leg, and he also has a small white blaze on his face. I believe that he is a bay color, but I'm not sure. His ears are pointing forward, and he has sort of an Arabian shaped head. All of his knees are a really dark brown. He has a really short mane and tail. Also the position he is in is: trotting. I don't know if he is a Traditional or a Classics model. I have had him for a really long time, and I've never really thought about it. I believe Footloose is a Traditional model, because he is about the same size as a Classics model. Please help me figure this out.

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