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    Late 1930's Home Run King Mechanical Game. Tin wind-up toy features marvelous painted graphics that range from an action scene on the sides of the base to a playing field on the top, to a pinstriped uniform on the batter who springs to life with a turn of the winding key. The "hopper" could be filled with small baseballs (absent) and the functioning of the toy lifts one ball up at a time just in time for the batter to swing and knock the ball off the tee. Quite a clever little contraption, in strong condition with minimal wear considering its age. Original packaging is likewise about VG. Batter stands seven inches in height, inclusive of the base. Selrite Products, Inc. maker.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    7th-9th Thursday-Saturday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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