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Egyptian Horse


Egyptian Horse

Brightly painted in authentic colours, our model is based on a version of the Egyptian Horse found in Oxyrhynchus, Egypt and dates back to at least the time of the Roman occupation. Wooden horses, often with wheels, were a natural development in any primitive culture where horses had economic importance. Little horse figures have always been one of the most popular playthings throughout the history of toys.







Click Here to see a video demonstrating the Egyptian Horse. The center of gravity is so low on this toy that they seldom tip though they often do not go in a straight line either.
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