A neat and unusual wood puzzle. Fit the pieces together and display a rocking horse that measures 6 in. long, 5 in. tall and about 1.5 in. wide. In good, displayable condition. A fun item to add to a rocking horse collection.
Antique wooden card press c1880. Overall, 7 and one half inches wide by 6 and one half inches deep by 9 inches high. Charming and unusual bit of Victoriana. Shipping extra. Connecticut residents and buyers picking up in Connecticut add 6% state sales tax. Buyers outside the USA are responsible for any taxes,tariffs or customs that might apply.
The Top Level Game of Global Strategy , 1961, Milton Bradley, box poor, missing instruction booklet and some pieces. Since the box lid instructions do not list total # of all types of pieces, here is the inventory of what is included: 24 black chips, 24 red chips, 23 white chips; wooden I-Beams: 8 each red, yellow, blue, green, and 7 white; one flag for each player color except yellow and red; missing all black I-Beams; plastic player pieces as follows: red: 12 round yellow: 10 round orange: 11 round blue: 12 round purple: 12 round and 15 square; green: 11 round & 15 square.
1961, features collectible metal coins of all the presidents from Washington through Lyndon Johnson. By answering questions on American presidential history, players move their presidents around a track and on to the White House. First player to put 8 presidents in the White House wins. Selchow & Righter, box fair, coins shiny, complete.
Seen on CBS TV, Transogram, 1960, no instructions, chimney tapped on back, great graphics some characters shown are; Tom Terrific, Mighty Manfred, the Wonder Dog, Mighty Mouse, Gandy Goose, Dinky Duck, Deputy Dawg, Roquefort, Terry Bears, Muskie the Muskrat, Heckle and Jeckle and Luke Worm.
1996, Parker Brothers Limited Collectors Edition, mint in box, never opened, shrink wrapped, #40786, contains 5 brass imperial coins with 8 pewter Star Wars character tokens. A numbered and dated board.
Rare, 1955, Cadaco - Ellis, complete, very good, box corners split and taped. Great graphics on cover and inside. Marlin Perkins (1905-1986) is best known as the host of Mutual of Omaha's Wild Kingdom , an NBC network feature from 1962 to 1971. But he first reached a national audience on Zoo Parade ---a weekly remote broadcast from Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo. Zoo Parade aired from Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo on the NBC television network from May, 1950 until September, 1957.