In the 1930s the cinema introduced children to space and the adventures of for example Buck Rogers. Interest in the unknown has continued throughout this century, and both fact and fiction have always influenced the toy market.
Using battery power, space robots have been made to speak and have flashing eyes and lasers. Thunderbirds, Dr. Who and Star Wars have inspired a range of collectible figures and accessories that are sought after by children and adults alike.
What's your 'Space' worth? Here are some recently sold items (USA):
|Rare Yonezawa Japan Tin Friction 334||05/2019||$2 314.00|
|Tin Tulip Head Robot Japan Toy||04/2019||$1 775.00|
|Robot Man Tucher Walther Live Steam||06/2019||$1 500.00|
|Nomura Man Tin Robot Japan Toy Original||05/2019||$1 450.00|
|Robot Man Tucher Walther Live Steam||04/2019||$1 100.00|
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