|The picture shows a view of all (29) Colorful Old Plastic Rocket and Space Ship Toys in this lot. There is a variety of items in this accumulated space lot. These toys are mostly made of plastic. There are a couple rubber ones included as well. These are believed to range from the 1950s to the 1990s. In the order pictured, from the top left are the following items:|
The first two rockets or space ships (one red & one green) are from a 1950s playset called Marx ''Mystery Space Ship''.
Next is a thin hollow blue plastic ''S Rocket'' that opens. This may have been used as a candy container.
The next one is a yellow plastic rocket part. We do not know what it is from.
The fifth one is a light blue rocket that is a cap bomb. You would place a single cap gun cap in the spring weighted end, throw it in the air and when it lands the cap goes off.
Next is a red plastic rocket or missile. This one we believe is used with a rubber band launcher or as a part to a larger launcher toy.
The next one is a yellow plastic Buck Rogers type spaceship from the 1950s.
The next one is a blue hard plastic Buck Rogers type spaceship from the 1950s. It is marked ''FLYING SAUCER'' on the top. It is not complete. It has the blue body section, red pipe looking part in the back, and a single tail fin looking part on the top.
On the far right there are (2) different soft rubber spaceships (one blue & one green). These are believed to be from the 1970s and may have been used as a premium. The blue one is marked ''ALTAIR 2 © DIENER IND.'' and the green one is marked ''CETI-3 © DIENER IND.''.
The next one(left, middle row) is a Space Shuttle looking space ship. This is believed to be a cereal prize. It was assembled like a miniature model kit and decals or stickers are applied. It has moving parts that are like a Transformers character.
The next (2) spaceships are made of multicolored plastics. They are from West Germany. One has folding wings and one has a grabber type tool on the front that is operated from a knob on the back. One looks like it is missing one wheel from the back.
Next is an orange and silver spaceship. This one has a hole on the back that we believe is used for a pencil topper. It was made in Hong Kong.
Next is only a gold hard plastic part with a yellow plastic Astronaut figure. It is an interior of a spaceship. There is a sticker on a monitor that has a rocket and a satellite. It was made in Hong Kong.
There is a blue painted metal spaceship on a base. This is the only metal item here. This is a game piece and we believe that it was made by the Tootsietoy Company.
There is a multicolored spaceship with wings. It has a magnet inside and it is marked ''SUPERWARES HONG KONG'' on the bottom.
There is a red, white, and orange plastic rocket. It has a magnet inside. It is marked ''EAT MORE BEEF'' on the side.
There is a blue and white flying saucer that launches or fires a blue disk. One disk is included. It is marked ''VENUS'' on the side.
There is a gray, red, & black Star Wars looking fighter spaceship.
There is a blue hard plastic fling saucer with no markings.
The other (8) items in this lot (the front row pictured) are all silver painted plastic spaceships or flying saucers. These were made in Hong Kong. We had purchased these as part of a larger collection of old gum ball machine prize samples that were sent out to vendors by manufacturers or distributors. The bag has a label with the number ''V/810''. There are (7) different ones and (1) duplicate.
All of these for one price! To judge the sizes the light blue rocket cap bomb measures 5-1/8'' tall. These appear to range from good to mint condition as pictured and described above.