Here's an enticing grab bag of old tin toys that should bring out the boy in you! 1. An American M5 Patton tank. The friction powered motor works, but weakly. Highly decorative with its camouflage paint, dual cannons, and small details. Condition and paint is exceptional for its age and use it must have been subjected to. It measures 3-1/2" tall, 3-1/2" wide and 5-1/2" long. Marked on bottom "RF", made in Japan. Probably dates to around 1950. 2. "Flicker Top". A horizontal spinner toy that uses ball-bearing (not included) and is actually more of a roulette wheel, the object being to land on certain colors? It is printed "Flicker Top, four patents" and "Made in U.S.A., Pat. Apr.27, 1920". Great old graphics; really colorful. The spinner works well. Measures 4-1/2" in diameter. 3. "Official League Bank". A small 2" baseball bank on a colorful baseball theme base. Marked "Japan". Perfect lithography C. 1950.
Item ID: COC-213
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