Vintage 1940s- early1950s, tin lithograph, wind up, mechanical shooting gallery that was made in the U.S.A. by Wyandotte toys. It's in very good condition, with minor surface wear and light some scratches. The colors are vibrant, and it displays very well. It measures 15 inches wide, by 11&1/2 inches tall in the center. It comes complete with 2 plastic dart guns that measure 6&1/2 inches long. They are in working order, but one has tape around the handle so either the grips have become separated, or there is a crack underneath the tape. Also included are the six, rubber tipped, plastic darts. There are four, tin lithograph ducks that would attach to a band. When wound, and the start button activated, the band would rotate, moving the ducks along, making moving targets. The tin wheel in the center of the gallery can be spun by hand. The band that held the ducks is MISSING. We tried it with a rubber band, and it seems to be in good working order, but a stronger band would be needed as a permanent solution. It comes in the original, cardboard box that has great images, but is in just good/fair condition. The bottom is sturdy, and in great shape. The lid is made of a lighter grade cardboard, and has been taped at all four corners. Because of the size, and weight, the shipping is expensive, so PLEASE ask any questions, or request more photos if you'd like, before committing to purchase.