Star Wars: 2002 Episode 1 Calendar; 'star Wars Science' build, use and display robotic arm; Star Wars electronic pinball game (box in bad shape, game not tested); R2D2 voice activated electronic droid. The R2D2 droid comes complete with movie-accurate mess
Trade box of twelve Noguchi 'Mechanical Walking Robot-7' Robots Japanese, circa 1960s, clockwork, all silver tinplate with red, blue and yellow detail, permanent keys, in box with colourful illustrated lift off lid, generally excellent though several mecha
Yonezawa battery operated Directional Robot Japanese, circa 1950s, blue tinplate body with yellow and red chest panel, red light to top of head, green plastic eyes, some slight paint loss to battery compartment, slight scuffing, unboxed (VG) 27.5 cm high
Saunders battery operated Marvelous Mike Electromatic Tractor 1000 American, circa 1950s, yellow pressed steel tractor with silver plastic robot driver, black rubber caterpillar tracks, in illustrated box (VG box G) 34 cm long
Ko battery operated Chief Robot man Japanese, circa 1950s, metallic blue tinplate body with red tinplate arms and sides, cream and red tinplate head with chrome detail, red and green plastic lights and panelling, several actions including spinning ears and
Rare Yonezawa Mr Atomic Robot Japanese, battery operated, bullet shaped blue and red lithographed tinplate robot with swinging blue arms, yellow feet, clear plastic domed 'Head' with sixteen miniature flashing coloured lights, two clear plastic ears, red a
Yoshiya high wheel robot, Japanese, circa 1960s, black and red tinplate robot, with red plastic hands and four spinning coloured plastic cogs to the chest, metal on/off antenna to head, permanent key. Height 25 cm
Rare Alps/Rosko rocket man Robot in Space armour Japanese, circa 1960, light blue metal arms, legs and body, grey plastic feet, grey plastic head opens to reveal tinplate astronaut, circular dial to chest, yellow plastic antenna to head, two firing red and
Modern toys (Masudaya) giant Sonic Robot Japanese, circa early 1960s, large battery operated red tinplate robot with swinging black arms, black head with flashing red and green eyes, yellow ears and train sound, some rubs to extremities and slight creasing
Junior toys battery operated NASA moon Buggy, Japanese, silver tinplate buggy with several actions including rotating body and opening hatches, toy functions but needs attention, circa 1960s; and a Horikawa battery operated Super Mechanic Fighter, Japanese
K.T, clockwork tinplate Robot, Japanese, orange lithographed body with black and white lithographed dials to front, head with red circular ears and mouth, protruding triangular nose, black feet and bare metal hands, 'N. P. 5357' lettering to front of body,
An Alps battery operated TV Robot, Japanese, early tinplate version with light up TV screen to stomach and 'On-Off' removable metal antenna, some corrosion around battery compartment, not functioning, (G-E) 27 cm high without antenna
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