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Item # Name History Carver Suggested Retail
1000 Listner Listner is a Dentzel Dapple that operates at the Grand Carousel at Peddler's Village, Lahuska, PA. Introduced in 1999, Listner has been very popular because of it's dapple beauty. With a hair tail and 65 gemstones, Listner makes for a collector's choice. Dentzel $260.00

324 Coco This magnificent first reproduction horse was created by John Zalar for Hershey park, Hershey, PA. Coco a stander, has marvelous trappings as well as an eagle holding a gold star. This is PTC's No. 47 Carousel. Zalar/PTC $260.00

332 Chief Chief operates at Libertyland Theme Park in Memphis, TN. Chief is a Dentzel original reproduction from this Carousel. The Black horse with white tail and mane is adorned with chieftain and Indian type straps and saddle. Dentzel $260.00

342 Spike Spike, an armored jumper, operates at the Pavilion Park, Myrtle Beach, SC. A Herschell-Spillman style carousel horse. A spike on the forehead, thus the name. Herschell-Spillman $260.00

376 Hershey park II This PTC carousel # 47 operates at Hershey park, PA. This second white stander with its head aloft is high "stepping". Much of the expressive style in the face and strength of the horse was developed when Zalar carved for Charles Looff, who supplied carousel horses to PTC. Zalar/PTC $260.00

380 Kings Island III This PTC stander operates at Paramount's Kings Island Theme Park in Kings Island, OH. PTC $260.00

340 Kit Carson I This magnificent lead horse on PTC # 6, in Burlington, Colorado has a suit of German armor over an intricate chain-mail blanket. Attached head guard with spike is a threatening sight. PTC# 6, was originally commissioned to Elitch Gardens in Denver, CO. Kit Carson County Commissioners purchased the carouse in 1928 for $1250. PTC $260.00

118 Flag This stander produced by the Dentzel Company, but probable carved by Daniel Muller who was an employee. This rare version of a Dentzel carousel horse adorned with Old Glory is a most unusual Muller carving. Flag served, we believe at Glen Echo Park, Maryland. Dentzel $190.00

162 Ghost Muller's inspiration for his style horses included the Civil War Theme. He used primarily Arabians with much devotion to details. Ghost, a stander, operates at Cedar Point Amusement Park in Sandusky, OH. The very real looking hardware sets Muller's creation apart from other carvers. Muller $190.00

228 Rose Rose is a Stein & Goldstein style horse. One of the carvers' trademark was the deep relief flowers that they carved on their horses. Stein & Goldstein $190.00

241 Bugler Bugler last operated at Long Beach, CA. A Looff's style armored horse was a more elegant style, using coats of arms and elegant drapery, where his contemporaries used heavy looking metal. The legs on a Looff horse were slender, graceful and illustrated a great deal of motion. With the bugle hanging from the saddle, this horse is full-ahead-charge. Looff $190.00

208 Sea Horse The hippocampus, a rare seahorse of mythological origin, had forelegs and a fish tail. This surprisingly friendly creature operated at Watkins Regional Park in Largo, Maryland. Dentzel's collection of carousel horses was set apart from his contemporaries with delicate figures hanging from the trappings. Dentzel $190.00

285 Drapes This gray Jumper is draped in pink. Parker's Flying Horse Swing, of which he had four, traveled about the mid-west and west providing immense entertainment to thousands of communities. His horses were long and compact. Compact to accommodate the packing & moving that was required with a traveling carousel. Most of his horses were in action representing the western movement and action. C. W. Parker $190.00

265 Buckles Buckle's operated at Bushnell Park, Hartford, CT. Buckle's is a classic of the Stein & Goldstein trademark. A long body, huge buckles and deep relief flowers. They, like many of their contemporaries used fish scales, blankets and lots of fringe on their horses. Stein & Goldstein $260.00

232 Sphinx Philadelphia Toboggan Company carousel horses started out simple, but evolved into some of the most extravagantly designed horses ever. This horse last operated at Marriott Great America, Santa Clara, CA. With the two Sphinxes on the saddle blanket this horse illustrates the exquisite design of PTC. PTC $190.00

384 Kit Carson Giraffe This Giraffe operates on PTC # 6 in Burlington, Colorado. Simple in design with a serpent coiled about it's neck is striking! The Kit Carson Commissioners purchased the carousel in 1928 for $1250. PTC $260.00

356 Baraboo Herschell's contrasting style to other carvers was to have distinctively large heads and small bodies. Very simple and plain, Herschell utilized pin striping to enhance the simple designs. Baraboo operated at Circus World in Baraboo, WI. Herschell $260.00

330 Lamb Looff's style placed many popular decorations behind or hanging from the saddle. A lamb is being rescued riding safely behind the saddle. This horse operates at Crescent Park, Riverside Park, Rhode Island. Looff made about 40 carousels in his career. Looff $260.00

345 Meridian This aristocratic looking stander with a hair tail horse operates at Highland Park, Meridian, MS. Dentzel's collection of carousel horses were set apart from his contemporaries with delicate figures hanging from the trappings. Dentzel $260.00

357 Central Park The original carousel was replaced in 1954 with a Stein & Goldstein carousel. Central Park carousel has been entertaining New Yorkers for the last 130 years. Stein & Goldstein's trademark was long bodies, huge buckles and deep relief flowers. This jumper operates there today. Stein & Goldstein $260.00

1005 Kit Carson Black & White This magnificent Black and White Paint operates today on the PTC # 6, in Burlington, Colorado. This horse has many of Daniel Muller's touches. This well proportioned horse with slender legs has the classic pose of a Muller creation. PTC $260.00

329 Falcon A falcon rides behind the saddle, like many of Looff's carvings he often used the hunter's kill as decoration, such as; birds, foxes, and rabbits. This horse operates at Crescent Park, Riverside, Rhode Island. Crescent Park was Looff's showplace for new carvings. Looff $260.00

388 Hershey park III This PTC carousel #47 operates at Hershey park, Hershey, PA. This third brown stander is stern but sophisticated. Much of the expressive styles in the face and strength of the horse was developed when Zalar carved for Charles Looff. Zalar/PTC $260.00

142 Sash Many of the famous carvers of the time supplied Philadelphia Toboggan Company (PTC) with horses, for $25 to $35 per horse. A sash type saddle blanket decorates this gray horse. Many of the features match those of Charles Carmel. Carmel used imaginative decorations, in addition to being able to capture the essence of an animal in the expression; proportions and flow of the mane, circa 1915. PTC $190.00

125 Mane Mane, circa 1917, an outstretched Parker jumper has the wild, wind blown mane, pompadour forelocks, and bobbed tail, draped with ribbons and bows. His horses were long and compact. Compact to accommodate the packing and moving that was required with a traveling carousel. Most of his horses were in action representing the western movement and action. C. W. Parker $190.00

156 Captain Dentzel's collection of carousel horses were set apart from his contemporaries with delicate figures hanging from the trappings. Captain is very graceful, which was Dentzel's style, and originally carved in 1921. Dentzel $190.00

139 Wolf Muller used primarily Arabians with a realistic devotion to details. Muller started with the Dentzel Company, left to start his own business, then returned to the Dentzel Company, when his company was not successful. Muller $190.00

158 Cherub A Cherub suspended beside this beautiful jumper is its guarding angel. Illions began his own company with his sons in 1909. This stylist jumper was one of his earliest horses with the new company, circa 1911. Illions $190.00

271 Eagle This Dentzel lead horse is believed to be one of a kind. Modeled after a Muller piece, this stander has a traditional American flag attached to the thoroughbred-style horse, circa 1914. Dentzel $190.00

256 Blue Ribbon Blue Ribbon, circa 1914, operated at Bushnell Park, Hartford, CT. Stein & Goldsteins' trademark was long bodies, huge buckles and deep relief flowers. Most distinctive was the Roman nose. The blue ribbon affixed to the bridle make this piece a sure winner. Stein & Goldstein $190.00

292 Arabian Salvatore Cernigliaro joined Dentzel in 1903 and soon became a master carver. He introduced a noble, aristocratic head to his carousel horses that came to be known as the "Arabian" horse. Cernigliaro $236.00

319 Ole Blue This blue PTC jumper operates at Six Flags on PTC # 35 in Eureka, Missouri. With flowers on the neck and rump with a rich red decorative chest harness and a delicate yellow saddle blanket. This carousel was commissioned in 1915. PTC $260.00

328 Dagger As with most of Looff's designs a "dagger" is located near the rear of the saddle. This hair tail horse is decorated with bright orange, red, yellow and blue on its trappings and saddle blanket. With cropped mane this jumper used to operate at Shoreline Village at Long Beach, CA, circa 1906, but has moved to San Francisco. Looff $260.00

331 Checkers Carmel borrowed many decorative themes from other carvers. This well proportioned stander has a hair tail, with a most distinctive blanket that resembles a checker board. This horse used to operate at Old Town Park, Kissimmee, FL. Carmel $260.00

341 Dollywood This aristocratic brown stander with two white socks used to operate at Dollywood Park, Pigeon Forge, TN. That carousel has been sold. Dentzel's collection of carousel horses were set apart from his contemporaries with delicate figures hanging from the trappings. Dentzel $260.00

350 St. Louis Dentzel, the grandfather of American Carousels designers had many of his contemporaries design for him. This white stander with tints of gray has a simple and customary trappings and saddle. The original carousel was made in 1905 for Faust Park, St. Louis, MO. Dentzel $260.00

378 Trimper Rides Like Parker, most of the Herschell-Spillman carousels were portable, thus the horses were simple and hollow to reduce the weight. The Herschell-Spillman Company began building carousel in 1907. This magnificent white prancer has some simple decorative flowers adorning its side. This horse operates at Trimper Rides, Ocean City, MD, circa 1907. Herschell-Spillman $260.00

362 Worlds of Fun Parker's Flying Horse Swing, of which he had four, traveled throughout the Midwest and west, entertaining thousands. This yellow jumper full of action operates at Worlds of Fun, Kansas City, MO. Parker's horses were typically long. C. W. Parker $260.00

393 Kennywood A Dentzel style carousel horse features include delicate figures hanging from the trappings. This aristocratic stander operates at Kennywood Park, West Mifflin,PA, circa 1927. Dentzel $260.00

283 Beauty Rose This white Parker Jumper is decorated lavishly with roses. Parker traveled throughout the Midwest and west providing immense entertainment to thousands of people. Most of his horses were in action representing the western movement and action. This original horse was carved in 1915. C. W. Parker $190.00

122 Charger Charger, circa 1916, an outstretched armored Parker jumper is leaping into the heat of battle. Parker's horses were long and compact to accommodate the packing and moving that was required with a traveling carousel. C. W. Parker $190.00

127 Goldy Illions carved hundreds of horses for various companies. His earlier horses held proud poses, long thin heads and round muscular bodies. Goldy's mane and tail are golden. Goldy was originally carved in 1909. Illions $190.00

169 Tassels PTC's carousel horses started out simple, but evolved into some of the most extravagantly designed horses ever. Many of the famous carvers of the time supplied PTC with horses. Tassel's was carved in 1902. PTC $190.00

231 Mermaid A Mermaid suspended beside this beautiful stander is ready for a swim or a merry-go-round ride. This PTC horse is another example of the vast number of talented carvers that worked for PTC. PTC $190.00

245 Bow Another Parker jumper, made in 1912. One of many western action horses that traveled throughout the west with the Parker Flying Horse Swing. C. W. Parker $190.00

279 Axe Axe, circa 1910, armored and armed with an ax is ready for battle or for a fun ride. Looff's style with armored was more of an elegant style using coats of arms and elegant drapery. Looff $190.00

266 Wings Carmel borrowed many decorative themes from other carvers, however, he was able to capture the essence of an animal in the expression, proportion and flow of the mane. Wings was originally carve in 1916. Carmel $190.00

335 Astroworld This Dentzel Serpent operates at Astroworld in Houston, TX. This sleek, silver serpent is a delight both on land and in the sea. Simple decorated but striking in stature. Often called a hippocampus this piece was originally carved in 1905. Dentzel $260.00

383 Battle This rare English style carousel horse has it's romantic side on the left, compared to American style carousel horses, which have the romantic side on the right. This is one of only a handful of European style carousels in America. This horse operates at Six Flags Great America, Jackson, NJ. European Style $260.00

325 Bob Bob is a PTC Style and operates at Six Flags over Georgia, near Atlanta, GA. The Philadelphia Toboggan Company employed many of the great carvers over the years. Their style sometimes seems to have a little bit of everyone. This carousel is # 17 circa 1908. PTC $260.00

364 Burlington This aristocratic white stander with knightly trappings operates at City Park, Burlington, NC. Dentzel's collection of carousel horses were set apart from his contemporaries with delicate figures hanging from the trappings. Dentzel $260.00

359 Busch Gardens Hershell's contrasting style to other carvers was to have distinctively large heads and small bodies. His carousel horses were, also, designed for traveling carnivals. Very simple and plain, Herschell utilized pin stripping to enhance the simple designs. This carousel horse operates at Busch Gardens, Williamsburg, VA. Herschell $260.00

1010 Canada I This 2001 Philadelphia Toboggan Company carousel horse operates at Paramount Canada Wonderland. This PTC carousel is #84, circa 1928. PTC's carousel horses started out simple, but evolved into some of the most extravagantly designed horses ever. PTC $260.00

1009 Jimmy Parker's Flying Horse Swing, of which he had four, traveled throughout the mid-west and west, entertaining thousands. New in 2001, this colorful jumper full of action operates at Joyland Amusement Park in Lubbock, TX. C. W. Parker $260.00

1008 Mel Mel is the last known original piece that operated on the Knoebel Grove Carousel. The carousel was destroyed in a flood, but this horse was rescued from the flood waters and saved. The person who rescued the horse was named Mel. Kneobel/ Grove $260.00

267 Tail This white Illion's Stander has a gold mane and a hair tail. Illions carved hundreds of horses for various companies. His earlier horses held proud poses, long thin heads and round muscular bodies. This original horse was carved in 1911. Illions $260.00

236 Sabre Muller's inspirations for his style horses included the Civil War Theme. He used primarily Arabians with much devotion to details. Sabre aptly named carrying a sabre for all to see. Sabre, circa 1910, with very real looking hardware is what sets Muller's creation apart from other carvers. Muller $190.00

275 Southern Belle Illions carved hundreds of horses for various companies. His earlier horses held proud poses, long thin heads and round muscular bodies. Southern Belle's mane and tail are golden. The gold and lavender colors are brilliant with the sparkling stones to make Southern Belle sparkle. This piece was originally carved in 1911. Illions $190.00

219 Small Unicorn Looff's style with armored horses was more of an elegant style, using coats of arms and elegant drapery, where his contemporaries used heavy looking metal. The legs on a Looff horse were slender and graceful. Looff $190.00

280 Rings This gray Prancer, a Dentzel design, is typical of his style. Precise movement and eloquent trappings secured with rings earns the name. The original piece was carved by Dentzel in 1920. Dentzel $190.00

214 Rabbit Another Dentzel jumper, made in 1908. This rare hare will give young and old a hopping good ride. This is one of many of Dentzel's menagerie pieces. Dentzel $160.00

121 Prince This very realistic horse was made at Carmel's shop near the stables of Prospect Park, NY, which contained a wide assortment of horses. Most likely "Prince" rode on one of the Coney Island Carousels. Carmel borrowed many decorative themes from other carvers, however, he was able to capture the essence of an animal in the expression, proportions and flow of the mane. Prince, circa 1914, last rode on the Woodland Park Carousel, Seattle, WA. Carmel $190.00

129 Petals Illion's creative talents and belief in traditional methods caused him to produce more ornate horses. However, he reserved for himself the carving of the faces and manes. Petals is highly decorated. Illions $190.00

1023 Bushkill 1 Herschell's contrasting style to other carvers was to have distinctively large heads and small bodies. His horses were designed small for his traveling carousels. Herschell's designs were very simple and plain, however, he enhanced the simplicity with pin striping. The manes were laid back or roached to avoid damage during travel. Herschell $260.00

337 Torch Torch is the lead horse on PTC # 44 Carousel at Paramount's Kings Dominion, located in Doswell, Virginia. This carousel was built in 1917 and still operates today. Torch is a magnificent animal carrying a torch to light the way. A true leader with a Lion shield and a pouch of arrows. Philadelphia Toboggan Company $260.00

363 Kings Dominion II This graceful jumper is on the PTC # 44 Carousel at Paramount's Kings Dominion, located at Doswell, Virginia. This carousel was built in 1917 and still operates today. Decorated with colorful flowers and ribbons, this horse leaps forever forward. Philadelphia Toboggan Company $260.00

372 Kings Dominion III This stargazer operates on the PTC # 44 at Paramount's Kings Dominion in Doswell, VA. This carousel was built in 1917 and still operates today. This gray horse supports a burning torch on each side of the saddle, red bowties to accompany. A green and white stripped blanket pulls it all together. Philadelphia Toboggan Company $260.00

373 Kings Dominion IV This bay horse operates on the PTC # 44 Carousel at Paramount's Kings Dominion in Doswell, VA. This carousel was built in 1917 and still operates today. This horse is armed with arrows, all it needs is a rider. The bright red and blue blanket adorns the horse's charm. Philadelphia Toboggan Company $260.00

1077 Idora I - Lead Horse The Idora Park Carousel operated in Youngstown, OH.  The Carousel was made by the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, PTC # 61, 1922.  The white lead horse is decorated in bright rich colors. The Idora Carousel was sold in 1984 for $385,000. PTC $260.00

1078 Idora II The Philadelphia Toboggan Company, PTC # 61, 1922 operated at Idora Park in Youngstown, OH.  This black stander is the second horse in PJ's series.  The Idora Carousel was sold in 1984 for $385,000. PTC $260.00

1079 Idora III Idora Park Carousel operated in Youngstown, OH.  The Philadelphia Toboggan Company, PTC # 61 was built in 1922.  The carousel had three rows and 48 horses and 2 chariots. The Idora Carousel was sold in 1984 for $385,000. PTC $260.00

1080 Idora IV Idora Park Carousel operated in Youngstown, OH.  The horses were on the Philadelphia Toboggan Company, PTC # 61, 1922.  The fourth horse in the PJ's series is a black armored horse. The Idora Carousel was sold in 1984 for $385,000. PTC $260.00

343 Palace Playland, Old Orchard Beach Palace Playland operated at Old Orchard Beach in Maine.  The magnificent armored stander was the lead horse at Palace Playland.  The Carousel, PTC # 19, operated at Old Orchard Beach from 1969 to 1996. PTC $260.00

389 "Uncle Sam", Knoebels Amazement Park This Carmel stander operated at the Kneobel Amazement Park in Elysburg, PA. Carmel borrowed many decorative themes from other carvers. This well proportioned stander with its patriotic trappings is a noble ride for any person. Nicknamed “Uncle Sam” this carousel ride was originally carved in 1913. Carmel $260.00

355 Flint Flint is on a Parker Carousel, circa 1912. Parker's Flying Horse Swing, of which he had four, traveled throughout the mid-west and west, entertaining thousands. Parker's horses were long and compact to accommodate the packing and moving that was required with a traveling carousel. C. W. Parker       $260.00

347 Providence, Providence rides a Looff Carousel, circa 1895, at Roger Williams Park in Providence, Rhode Island.  Looff's style was mainly armored horse, but with  style.  He used coats of arms and elegant drapery instead of  heavy metal. The legs on a Looff horse were slender, graceful and illustrated a great deal of motion. Looff       $260.00

1012 Freedom Horse, September 11, 2001 The Freedom Horse was carved in memory of the 911 attack on America.  The style of Freedom favors C. W. Parker's style.  Wild flowing manes, bucking and racing as was the west.  The symbolic gestures are the wildness of our freedoms, yet secure with the saddle and blanket.  PJ's       $199.00

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