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Barbara and Dave Sundberg, South Colby, WA   

Working Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950sWorking Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950sWorking Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950sWorking Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950sWorking Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950sWorking Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950s

Working Wyandotte mechanical tin litho "Posse" shooting gallery has colorful graphics featuring shooting cowboys flanked by western style buildings. Above the cowboys is a track where die cut tin cowboys attached to an elastic loop band parade across the front. These are controlled by a lever and an attached wind up key on the right. A spinning target wheel above the track provides additional ways to score points.

Overall measurement is 11 1/2" t x 14" w x 3 5/8" d. It is in excellent vintage condition with minimal paint wear. Wind-up mechanism is in good working condition. The elastic banding is slightly loose from age. Missing the box, darts and guns.

Item ID: 6695S


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Working Wyandotte Mechanical Tin Litho "Posse" Shooting Gallery #3908 1950s

$75 USD SOLD

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Curley Creek Antiques & Collectibles


Barbara and Dave Sundberg
South Colby, WA   

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