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09-04-2015 01:04 PM
HOBY Thanks all for lookin' in. The Hartland sets are from my childhood as are most of the dogs. Hartland collecting and GSD figure collecting has been life long. I also restore and repair them for fellow collectors. Dealers, Flea Markets, Tag Sales, Antique and Gift Shops, then Ebay. Ebay did help me complete my Hartland sets. Small pieces are very hard to find.
One of my favorite Westerns as a kid was Trackdown starring Robert Culp as Hoby Gilman Texas Ranger. How my boy Hoby got his name.
09-03-2015 07:23 PM
wolfstraum I have several of the ones in the first photo and a standing Trigger and Bullet

Lee
09-03-2015 06:17 PM
Stonevintage Very cool! I am a collectibles re-seller and once in a while I come across something like that which I collect. I've been looking but no great GSD finds so far. For some reason lots of Toucans but no GSD's - go figure
09-03-2015 06:11 PM
dogma13 Hoby,those are so cool!
02-07-2014 05:25 PM
fredh How Cool is That, Thanks for Sharing!
02-07-2014 02:46 PM
Freestep Wow, I didn't know these things existed! Cool!
02-07-2014 02:40 PM
HOBY
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dale evans and buttermilk, roy rogers and trigger. The real star of the show at 4" to the ear tip [for me at any rate] bullet the wonder dog.
To quote roy and dale "happy trails"
Manufactured by Hartland Plastics; Hartland, Wisconsin, 1954-1963.
02-07-2014 02:11 PM
HOBY
My collection Bullet plus

Dale Evans and Buttermilk, Roy Rogers and Trigger. The real star of the Show at 4" to the ear tip [for me at any rate] BULLET THE WONDER DOG.
To quote Roy and Dale "Happy trails"
02-07-2014 02:04 PM
HOBY
OUR GSD HEROES IN PLASTIC 1950s-60s

My collection of toy plastic standing [measured to the ear tip] GSDs: Cracker Jacks [1 1/8"], MPC [1 1/4"], MARX Rin Tin Tin Fort Apache [1 1/4"], Stewart Plastics Roy Rogers Bullet [1 1/2"], Nabisco Cereal Premium [1 1/2"], Ideal Roy Rogers Bullet [1 1/2"], MARX Roy Rogers Ranch Set [2 1/2"], Hartland Mini [2 "], MARX Jonny West Flack [5 1/4"], Breyer Rin Tin Tin [6 1/2"]

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