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Tinplate, Dolls & Teddy Bears

Thursday 23rd February 2012 10:30am

16 lots containing "Tinplate & Plastic, Space Toys & Robots" in this auction

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Large Tinplate "Space Walkman" battery operated Robot - large 31cm example of tinplate construction, silver, with tinprinted opening chest compartment, made in China - Near Mint in a Good Plus illustrated box.
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A pair of "Space Trooper" Tinplate clockwork Robots - large scale models, each 26cm high, one blue and one black, with winding handle to side, copies of the Nomura Robbie The Robot, Limited Edition pieces - Near Mint to Mint including illustrated boxes. (2)
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Hong Kong Plastic Astronaut Space Gun and a Ray Run (1) Hong Kong Astronaut Space Gun - blue, red, with metal trigger, friction drive in working order with clicking sound and gears - Near Mint, 27cm, in a Good illustrated box and (2) Chinese made Ray Gun - brown plastic body with metal trigger and friction sound, marked "Razer Ray Gun" - Excellent Plus in a Good plastic bag with printed header card. (2)
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A pair of Chinese made Machine Guns (1) plastic Super Machine Ray Gun, 47cm - Near Mint in a Good plastic bag with printed header card and (2) "Sparkling Gun" - black metal body with friction motor and revolving magazine, wooden handle - Near Mint ex-shop stock example, 52cm long. (2)
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Lonestar Ray Gun - made in England circa mid 1950's, cream, with some light wear to the red trim, made as a water pistol - Good Plus, 32cm.
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1960's battery operated Gear Robot - scarce example of unconfirmed manufacture, almost certainly Hong Kong, similar to the Japanese Yonezawa "Mr Planet" but with a larger head and other detail differences, no cover to the rear battery compartment otherwise Good Plus unusual example for display.
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German Tinplate Spaceship Roundabout and Elephant Novelty (1) WJ Toys (Germany) clockwork Roundabout with 4 x spaceships, globe to top, lever operated clockwork motor in working order, 51cm high and (2) German Tinplate clockwork Elephant Novelty with wooden and plastic balls, carousel, marked "made in US zone" and "WJ Toys", clockwork motor appears complete but needs attention - Good Plus for display. (2)
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SH Toys (Japan) large Tinplate "Machine Robot" - circa 1960's, scarce example is dark grey, with clear plastic chest showing coloured gears, red feet, with clean battery compartment to rear - Excellent Plus in a Good Plus to Excellent card box with colourfully illustrated lid, 29cm high.
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A pair of Space Station Morse Code Signalling Sets - scarce example of Hong Kong manufacture (1) Fairylite Set comprising 2 x yellow Morse tappers and (2) W Toys No.107 Morse Code Set comprising 2 x cream Morse tappers (some adhesive tape marks) - both are battery operated and are generally Good to Good Plus in Fair to Good colourfully illustrated boxes. (2)
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Alps (Japan) Television Robot - scarce Tinplate example from the 1960's, battery operated, some surface corrosion but overall Good for display, with metal feet and plastic hands, lacks antennae, 29cm high.
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Yoshiya/Kobe Yoko (KO Toys Japan) Tinplate and Plastic Flying Saucer - scarce 1960's battery operated example with bump and go action, made to blow air vertically supporting an astronaut (missing) - otherwise Good Plus for display, 19cm in diameter.
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N Toys (Japan) Tinplate clockwork Robot circa 1960's - silver, with detailed tinprinting, clockwork operation in working order - Good Plus to Excellent, 15cm high.
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J Rosenthal Gerry Anderson's Thunderbird 5 - scarce 1967 issue, battery operated space monitor with flashing lights, complete with twin aerials, within Fair to Good lift-off lid illustrated box - Excellent Plus.
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Gama (Germany) No.9940 Tinplate battery operated Space Tank - metallic blue with tinprinting and clear plastic cockpit, clean battery compartment, lacks one of the plastic headlamps otherwise a Good Plus scarce example, 20cm long.
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Modern Toys (Japan) "Planet Explorer" Space Craft - circa 1960's, battery operated, blue, grey, lacks antennae but includes tinplate astronaut inside the clear plastic cockpit - Good Plus, 24cm.
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