Manufactured in the 1950's by KO, the famous Space Whale Ship is one of the most desired tin wind-up toys ever to be manufactured. Measuring 9″ long and 8″ wide from whisker to whisker, the toy moves along swaying up and down as if he were in water. Then all of a sudden the big mouth opens wide and then closes as quickly as it opened. The wind-up mechanism is controlled by the antenna. A Beautiful Toy
C9/ B9 Horikawa
11 inch tall battery operated robot strides forward with swinging arms and see thru gears spinning in chest. Special automatic control switch on head varies speed from slow to quick. Complete with original box.
Classic early tin lithographed wind up robot by Nomura, Japan. Keywind with strong spark
Original box colorfully depicts robot hard at work in digital control room.
6 inch tall plastic and tin friction powered robot can either walk upright or race flat along the floor. Great design. Hard to find.
Hard to find 9 inch tall olive colored variation of common Sparky robot. Advances with walking motion. Beautiful deco lithographed design.
Lighted Attacking Martian$900.00
Among the rarest and most desirable of Horikawa’s classic Martian robots. 11 inch tall battery operated tin lithographed robot walks forward with chest guns blazing. What makes him so special and hard to find is the way his eye light up as he advances.
B9 Comes complete with original box and insert.
R 7 Flashy Jim
Popular 7 inch tall battery operated Japanese robot walks forward with swinging arms and lighted eyes.
Beautifully lithographed tin crank wind Japanese robot walks forward with arms swinging freely. 7 inches tall
Eleven inch tall tin lithographed battery operated Horikawa robot. Classic Attacking Martian walks forward chest guns firing. Hard to find version with lighted eyes.
This rare robot comes with his original box.
Silver Sparky Robot
Scarce lithographed silver version of classic Sparky robot. 9 inch tall keywind robot advances with walking motion.
C9/B8 Hong Kong
Wild 6 inch keywind plastic alien astronaut in original box. Words fail me, one of my favorites, ya got to love it.