Brad Keeler Collectors Forum > Keeler Rooster and Hen

I have a 712 Hen and a Rooster that is 7??. It looks like 788.
They are in mint condition.
My father was a collector and left a note that there were supposedly only around 50 of these made.
I have no idea how accurate that is.
I was just interested in their approximate value.
I have seen pics of some of the Hens and Rooster made by Keeler; however, I have seen NONE that truly compare to the colors of the Hen and Rooster that I have.
If pics are needed, I can send those to whomever may be interested.
Thanks, Robin Richardson

March 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRobin Richardson

Dear Robin,

I been searching and searching for a hen & rooster in the 700s but find mostly are in the 900s. One I did find is large & black & white with red accents, 741 & 742, so getting closer but not the same. My mother has a collection of his hens & roosters so I will check hers asap, but in the meantime, you don't mention the size or the colors. Pictures would be great if you're inclined, but I know that's not always an easy chore. Even an approximate size & color description would be helpful, although the numbers are really all I should need. I do suspect they're rare, as I can't find any other information about them on the web. Will keep you posted, and do send me more description when you have the chance.
Thank you for sharing!
Catherine

April 7, 2013 | Registered CommenterCatherine Porter

Ms. Catherine,

I can send you pics, but not sure how to send through this forum.

Can you instruct me or give me an e-mail address to send them to?

Thanks...

April 9, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterRobin Richardson

Hi Robin,
I may have already received an email from you (haven't had time to check) but just in case, you can use keelercollectibles@gmail.com
Thanks!

April 10, 2013 | Registered CommenterCatherine Porter

I have a Brad keeler rooster that is numbered 741. It stands about 13" high, beak closed. Gold back dark blue tail and chest. I would like some info about it and have not seen anything on the web.

January 30, 2016 | Unregistered CommenterNancy O'Brien