What a cute little table top game--probably from 1960s as there's no UPC bar code on the price tag. Here's a Wikipedia quote: "The first UPC marked item ever scanned at a retail checkout was at the Marsh supermarket in Troy, Ohio at 8:01 a.m. on June 26, 1974. It was a 10-pack (50 sticks) of Wrigley's Juicy Fruit chewing gum." So, there you have it.
This golf game is 14" long by 4" wide, with a golfer--who looks fairly Scottish by the way--of about 3" tall. You put the steel ball bearing 'golf' ball on the tee and flip the flipper to make the golfer hit the ball--uphill, mind you. He works pretty good if you situate the game steadily. There's no damage, and it comes with the box. The cute graphics are wonderful. I can't imagine why a Golliwog is in the image. Golly is British, unless the Germans have their own version.
A very nice collectible toy. Please ask any questions. Thank you for checking in at my shop.
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