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The top one looks broken but then some of the black runs into the white :? not so sure now.
The second looks the same mouse so now I would say its Vari :?
The third pic is a broken, well I would say its broken as the colours are very seperate.
The Last is a Vari :) not a bad one at that :)
Someone with more experiance than me may be able to shed more light for you but these are my opinions :)
Nice mice :D
 

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They're all brokens from those photos, just that some have more brindling in the colour than others. This is a fault in show brokens. Variegated and broken are different genes, broken is recessive and variegated is dominant, so if you have ever bred one to a different variety of mouse (other than broken like those) then that would tell you what they are for definite.
 

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Yikes, so now they are broken brindles? Hehehe, that is confusing.

Is it possible to have variegation/brindling on top of a band? I have two that look like they would be banded, but they have some splotchy markings in the middle of it. I really don't know... because in the first and second picture, the mice have white & black bellies, but there is tan on some of the underbelly edges. Crazy mice. :roll:
 
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