Sales list. All photos show the actual items for sale, unless stated otherwise. ID numbers are from Richard O'Brien's Collecting American-Made Toy Soldiers, Edition No. 3, 1997. Both paint condition and color variations among otherwise identical figures are very important for Beton toys, and every attempt has been made to provide accurate verbal descriptions of those features. Mild paint loss and imperfections are common, but there are no breaks, splits, cracks, chips, repairs, significant paint wear, or deterioration of the plastic unless noted. All items are in hard plastic unless stated otherwise. If you would like to see another view of any figure or group, Ponylope can e-mail photos on request — just ask! Free shipping on all orders of $75 or more.
BT 130 Prancing Horse and BT 74 Colt
Because this large horse has no molded saddle, Ponylope includes her with the farm animals. Here she prances
with her young foal, as if in some green pasture. Both are in nicely matched mint condition.
Over the Moon?
BT 61 Bull, BT 77 Running Cow
Both of these fine bovines are in excellent to near-mint condition. The solid black bull has a few fine scratches on its flanks, but you need to look really close to see them. This is one of the most high-gloss Betons that Ponylope has ever seen. He’s well matched with the cow, whose accent paint is a snowy contrast to her deep black body.
P172 [Each] $25 / BT 61 SOLD
Baa Baa Brown Sheep
BT 119 Lamb, BT 131 Ram, BT 150 Ewe
A family of woolly ovines, with twin lambs. The ewe is marbled in browns and white.
BT 131 Ram, BT 119 Lamb, BT 150 Ewe
Another family of sheep, in three of Beton’s typical farm animal shades.
Get My Goat
BT 95 Nanny Goat, BT 56 Baby Goat
All of these are solid colors, but the goat has a bit of marbling on her left side, in brown and pale gray.
RN007 $18 SOLD
BT 72 Hen, BT 146 Rooster
A small barnyard full of fowl, with an unusual black rooster. A heritage breed?
R066 $12 SOLD
A Golden Goose Plus
BT 97 Goose, BT 72 Hen, BT 146 Rooster
The golden hen has a faint price marked on the bottom of her base.
BT 92 Farmerette, BT 90 Farm Girl, BT 91 Farmer
In this trio, daughter obviously takes after Mom, both being redheads in dark blue plastic. Dad is in butterscotch plastic with no hair to speak of. His armful of potatoes are as red as apples.
R064 [Group of 3] $12
A Little Girl and Her Pony
BT 148 Small Standing Horse and BT 90 Farm Girl
You know she’d be riding if she didn’t have all those chores to do! The patient pony stands saddled and waiting.
In Living Color
BT 61 Bull
Three nice male animals, in rich caramel, pale gray, and medium gray. The sharp-eyed will notice a faint “15,” probably an old price, on the side of the dark gray bull on the far right. Ponylope was able to remove this ballpoint ink completely - but not till after the photo session was over. Little to no wear or mold flashing.
P125 [Each] $10
BT 76 Standing Cow and BT 77 Running Cow
A pale gray, ivory, and canary yellow herd. All are in nice condition.
P126 [Each] $10 OR [Group of 4] $35
BT 152 Lying Down Cow
A pretty trio, especially the cream pair, with some mold flashing on top seams.
P127 [Each] $10 OR [Group of 3] $27
BT 92 Farmerette $5 Each
BT 152 Lying Down Cow $5
Surface wear and dirt; no damage.
BT 95 Billy Goat BT 96 Nanny Goat
NP009 [Each] $2 OR [Any 3] $5
BT 150 Ewe BT 131 Ram
NP010 [Each] $2 / Red and yellow rams SOLD
BT 163 Swine BT 69 Calf
P065 [Each] $3
BT 163 Swine
NP011 [Each] $2
BT 167 Turkey
NP012 [Each] $3 OR [Any 2] $5
"Farmer in the Dell" Farm Animals Set
BT 80 Turkey, BT 131 Ram, BT 163 Pig, BT 95 Billy Goat,
BT 96 Nanny Goat, BT 150 Ewe
Mint bagged set of soft plastic farm animals, in the above colors only. Ten sets available.
Vintage Toy Horses and Plastic Playset Miscellany from the 1950s On . . .