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Old Barclay Painted Metal Toy Cowboy Play Set Figure
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Old Barclay Painted Metal Toy Cowboy Play Set Figure
Manoil   Barclay   Metal   Lead   West   Western   Cowboy   Man   Play Set   Figure   Figurine   Toy   Miniature   Novelty   Nostalgic
The picture shows a front and back view of this Old Barclay Painted Metal Toy Cowboy Play Set Figure. This Cowboy figure is not dated but it is believed to be from the 1930s. We see no markings. He is wearing boots, pants, chaps, a gun belt, a holster, a revolver, a shirt, a vest, a neckerchief, gloves, and a hat. This figure originally had a rope with a lasso threaded through his hand holes. It would be easy enough to replace. The figure measures 3-1/4'' tall. It appears to be in excellent used condition with most of the original paint and some wear from use as pictured. There is a small hole at the top of his hat. It appears to have been made with it, or not fully molded.

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Old Barclay Painted Metal Toy Cowboy Play Set Figure


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