This is an extremely rare 19th Century Goat Pull Toy with a original blue painted base with pin striping. Horses are common pull toys, goats aren't. Underneath the base in hand painted black lettering seems to be the word "Tesa." The hair is light in some areas from the age of the goat, but I don't think any of it is objectionable. The antlers and ears which are made out of wood and horse bridles are all original. The dimensions are 9 3/4" L X 3 1/4" base with the horse being 9 1/4" L X 8 1/2" H. The overall height is 10" at the antlers. Don't miss this wonderful opportunity of owning a wonderful piece of American Folk Art.

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