Here are a few more advertisements for the Edith Reynolds model horses.
These were expensive little toys. It's not easy to do a direct price comparison, but I'll have a go. Riding Magazine was priced at 1/- in 1938, which is when these advertisements were published. Horse and Hound now costs £2.40. If you assume an equivalence in price, that makes the huntsman, rider, tack and hounds come out at nearly £137.00. The 8 guinea setup comes out at around £400. Looking around, that's not too far off today's Equorum or Julip Originals models.
I'm fascinated by the variation in size of the horses here. Perhaps the horses came in different scales.
Many thanks too to Randi Risolio who sent me a photograph of an Edith Reynolds horse, rider and tack found at an estate sale.
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