Ten wooden pins with number values rotate on a sturdy wire in this old target game. The pins resemble bowling pins and are marked with black ink stamp numbers on the bottom of each. Left to right, the scores are: 5, 15, 20, 10, 5, 5, 10, 20, 15, 5. Red wooden balls (9 mm in diameter) separate the pins which measure 2.25 inches each in length. Pins and balls are suspended on a sturdy wire across an 8 inch frame. A second stabilizing wire holds the sides of the frame which is 4.25 inches tall and 2.25 inches wide. On the bottom, an old address sticker is taped in place to identify an owner from the past. The address has a two digit postal code for a New York City address. My research has not yielded any background information on the toy / game. Age unknown. The pins and balls rotate freely on the wire. There is no damage and no device for "shooting" the targets.
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