UK KNIGHT'S HORSES
1968 - 1972

VICTOR


Victor is Sir Percival's horse and is very similar to a US Bravo. He was however moulded in the UK as he has a Louis Marx and Co stamp. The other difference is that his mane, tail and socks are painted white as opposed to the cream colour on a US Bravo. His gold armour also seems to have been imported from the US as I have yet to see any that matches Percival's brassy colour.



Victor

Victor & Percival



VALOUR


Valour is Sir Roland's horse and is very different from a US Valor. He is black in colour with a grey tail, mane and socks. Another interesting point is his eyes are a reddish brown colour. He also came in a castle type box and had 17 pieces of silver armour to match Sir Roland.



Valour

Valour

Valour & Roland



VALIANT


Valiant is Sir Cedric's horse. He is grey in colour and has a white tail, mane and socks. His armour is black to match Sir Cedric and came in a castle style box. Valiant is quite rare and hard to find boxed. One word of warning - the grey plastic used is prone to discolouration. Many of the Valiants I have seen turn a kind of green colour when exposed to sunlight. The areas covered by the armour seem to be fine so I am convinced it is a light problem rather than one of age.

Post 1970, it would appear that the UK Knight's horses continued to be produced in the castle style box.



Valiant

Valiant

Faded Valiant

Faded Valiant



Valiant & Cedric

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