Valor The Silver Armored Horse #5391 (Valour in the UK)
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Marx Stock Number: 5391

Produced: 1968-1972

Valor was molded in palomino colored HP and designed of course to compliment the Sir Stuart figure. He had 17 pieces of poly-plastic armor molded in metallic silver color. The horse was basically the same as the one used for the buckboard wagons and therefore had wheels on hooves for mobility. Alternatively, U.K. horse versions were molded in black HP with silver “armour” and was called “Valour” instead of Valor. Uniquely the U.K. Valour has red eyes. Most horse packaging I have seen is like 1 st issue style knights. Second issue versions are the Buckskin / Viking horses with nodding heads and wheels. These MOD versions were labeled as “Big Valor”. Big Valor was molded in palomino colored HP. Our books show excellent differences in full color for variations of these figures, check out the book section for more details.Reissues were produced in 2001-?. The reissues are OK, but have fragile armor


17 accessories



Poly-Plastic Accessories:


•  Saddle (1)

•  Back Top - Crupper (1)

•  Back rear sides Crupper Plates (2)

•  Cinch strap (1)

•  Saddle Plates (2)

•  Stirrup(s) (2)

•  Front Chest protection – Peytrel (1)

•  Neck Protection - Crinet (1)

•  Neck Strap "T" Crinet (1)

•  Neck Strap Crinet (1)

•  Reins (2)

•  Head protection - Chamfron (1)

•  Head strap- Chamfron strap (1)

(Valour is the black horse version)

Total - 17



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