SET SALE ITEMS

These items are currently available for sale. If you see something you would like to buy, please click on the contact us link and follow the directions for ordering. Watch this page! As we sell items we will list new pieces. NOTE: Numbers in titles are NOT my stock numbers. They are the original manufacturer's stock number.

In order to better describe and grade toys, I have created the following system.

Grading system:

 C10 = pristine, like new, never fired. Box or packaging crisp and clean.
   C9 =
Near Mint, minor flaws as noted, never fired or played with
   C8 =
Excellent, very clean, may have been fired but very little, may have had repair, restoration or replacement parts as noted.
   C7 =
Fine, fired but clean and complete, minor wear/damage, scratches, finish loss or repairs as noted.
   
C6 = Very Good, has been fired, with noticeable wear, finish loss, rust, corrosion, dents, internal damage, cracked grip, etc, but still presentable and could be repaired, if desired.
   C5 =
Good, has been fired, has minor damage, visible cracks, rust, finish loss or missing parts that detract from overall value and may not function properly
   C4 =
Poor, not working, extensive wear or lost parts but may be restorable or useable for parts. Offered for rarity or value of parts.
   C3 =Parts, has major cracks, breaks, missing parts or other damage. Only useful for parts
   C2 =Archeological Find, was dug up in someone’s backyard, good as a paperweight or decorative conversation piece but not much else
   C1 =Basket Case, waste of time! Bury or throw away!

The first condition number after each description is for the toy. Boxes and cards are noted secondly (if there is no mention of a box or card then there is no box or card). For example, a Mint, unfired cap gun in a box with torn flaps and creases would be described as: C10/Box C8.


Click on the category that interests you:

Mattel Caps & Bullets
KILGORE CAPS
CAPS & BULLETS
Cap Guns, Ray Guns, ETC.
ROCKETEER COLLECTIBLES
Toy Catalog and Advertising Reprints
ELDON Polyethylene Toys





Mattel Caps & Bullets

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Note: By popular request, I have enlarged the Caps and Bullets section. Ebay has prohibited sales of caps (mistakenly claiming they are fireworks). No such restrictions here! The caps listed here are offered to collectors for display use. Most of them will probably still work (gunpowder lasts a long time if it doesn't get wet) BUT no guarantee is made that they will (if you intend to use them). It is impossible to tell if many of these sealed old store stock boxes have perfect condition caps inside until they are opened.



Mattel Greenie Stick-M-Caps Large Box No. 634

Mattel, Inc. Circa 1958-64 "For Mattel Shootin' Shell Guns and other Cap Guns" (Yes, these go on the back of Shootin’ Shell bullets!). This 4" X 3 1/4" box is the larger box that Mattel sold (compared to the smaller box below). It contains 8 sheets of 60 caps each (480 caps total). Never opened. C10/Mint Sorry - Out of Stock (but looking for more!)


Mattel "Greenie Stick-M-Caps No. 633

Mattel, STK No. 633,1958, for Mattel Shootin' Shell Guns and other Cap Guns", small box- 2 sheets of 60 (120 caps) in green box C10. $12.00 OUT OF STOCK - (but looking for more!) per box



Mattel “Shootin' Shells” Blister Pak No. 609

Mattel, Inc., 1959. Mattel Stock No. 609
Package marked: "For All Mattel Shootin' Shell Guns”.
Old store stock -never opened. Contains three 3/4” brass “cartridge cases” and 30 gray plastic “bullet noses”. Mattel “Stik-M” caps go on back. Made for all Mattel Shootin’ Shell guns, including the Shootin’ Shell Fanners, Derringer & all rifles. C10 $95.00/per pack OUT OF STOCK


Mattel BULLET PAK Play Bullets No. 597

Mattel, Inc., 1958. Mattel Stock No. 597
Old store stock. These one-piece brass-colored play bullets were designed to fit in 2nd version (1958) bullet loading Fanner 50s and the Winchester Saddle Gun (the big rifle). Minor bow to card. Unopened, Mint On Card. C10 $90.00


Mattel Shootin' Shell Bullets WIndow Package No. 609

Mattel, Inc., 1959. Mattel Stock No. 609
Package marked: "For All Mattel Shootin' Shell Guns”.
Hard to find variation. 4-1/2" X 5" blister card is original old store stock and has never been opened. It contains three 3/4” brass “cartridge cases” and 30 gray plastic “bullet noses”. These bullets were made for all Mattel Shootin’ Shell guns, including the Shootin’ Shell Fanners, all rifles (Indian Scout, Winchester Carbines and Colt Six-Shooter), Snub-Nose.38, Buckle Gun Remington Derringer and Pot Shot. Instructions (if you need them) are on the back of the package. . C10OUT OF STOCK






KILGORE CAPS

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Kilgore “Mammoth Caps” No. 75

Kilgore Corp. Circa 1940. Kilgore STK No. 75. “For use in all single shot toy paper cap pistols. EXTRA LOUD – SAFE AND HARMLESS”. Contains one sheet of 72 square single shot Mammoth caps. C10. $5.00 per box



Kilgore “Disc Mammoth Caps” No. 108

Kilgore Corp. Circa 1950. Kilgore STK No. 108. Round discs for use with all Kilgore revolving cylinder disc cap guns. “Lubricated” (see below). Six shots per disc/20 discs per box. C10. SALE! 3.00 per box! / 2 boxes for $5.00!!

Kilgore “Bang Caps” No. 250


Kilgore Corp., circa 1963. Unopened 2 ” long X 1” square box is marked “Not Perforated, For Repeating Pistols”. Contains 5 rolls (50 shots per roll = 250 shots). Never opened , sealed box. C10. $5.00 per box



Kilgore “Bang Caps” Box of 10 Repeating Roll Caps No. 2502

Kilgore Corp., circa 1963. Unopened 4” long X 1” square box is marked “Not Perforated, For Repeating Pistols”. Contains 10 rolls (50 shots per roll = 500 shots). Never opened , sealed box. C10 $8.00 per box



Kilgore Perforated Roll Caps No. 150

Box marked: “Kilgore Mfg. Co., Westerville, Ohio, USA and Waterloo Quebec, Canada, Made And Printed in U.S.A.”. Circa 1955 These 2-1/4” long X 1” square boxes are marked “Perforated Roll Caps, For All Repeaters”. Each box contains 5 rolls (50 shots per roll = 250 shots). Box has never been opened and is still glue sealed - slightly unevenly. C10 $5.00 per box OUT OF STOCK



Kilgore "Round Caps" On Roll No. 514

Kilgore Corp. STK No. 514, circa 1960s.

Unusual variation , These round caps are on a
roll and must be punched out to use singly (or can be fired as roll). 3 rolls per box (120 shots), For use with any bullet loading single shot cap guns. C10 $3.00 per box




Kilgore "Stick-On Round Caps" No. 533

Kilgore Corp. STK No. 533, circa 1960. Unusual variation. Kilgore’s answer to Mattel’s Stick-M caps. "Sticks on like a postage stamp". 3 rolls per box (120 shots. C10. $5.00









CAPS & BULLETS

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Nichols Fury 500 Roll Caps 500 Shot

Nichols Industries, Inc., Jacksonville, Texas. Circa 1959. Fury 500 caps are ONE large 500 shot roll (only one roll per box) for use only with the Nichols 500 series guns. This included the Mustang 500 and the Fury 500 Machine gun. C10 OUT OF STOCK


Nichols "Tophand Round Caps"

Nichols Industries, Inc., Jacksonville, Texas.1950s, fit all Nichols cap cartridges, 100 caps per box, box C10. $5.00 per box


Nichols Stallion 2-Piece Bullets in Cartridge Clip

Nichols Industries, Circa 1955-63. Made in Jacksonville, TX. White plastic cartridge clips each hold six 2-piece bullets, meant for use in Nichols Stallion .22s, .32s, .38s, Dynamite Derringers, Pinto, Paint and Spitfire guns. Each bullet is 3/4” long. These are original (not repros).

C10/Mint – unfired condition $35.00 per strip OUT OF STOCK




Star Brand Roll Caps

M. Backes & Sons, Inc., Wallingford, Conn.. Circa 1960.
Box contains 5 rolls /50 shots per roll. Standard non-perforated roll caps. C10 $5.00 per box


Blasters Roll Caps Missile Brand No. 200


Missile Brand. Imported by Louis Greenberg & Son Inc., NYC. Made in Taiwan. Circa 1965. Not perforated. Standard roll caps. 50 shots per roll. 5 rolls per box. C10 OUT OF STOCK

Star Brand Round Caps

M. Backes & Sons, Inc., Wallingford, Conn.. Circa 1960.
Box contains 100 round caps. For use with all single shot and bullet loading guns. C10 $5.00



Acme Super Disc Mammoih Caps No. 120

Made by Acme Sparkler and Specialty. Circa 1948.. 6 shots per disc. 20 discs in box.Similar to Kilgore disc caps. C10 $5.00 per box


Edison Giocattoli "Super Bum" Strip Caps

Edison Giocattoli . Made in Italy. Circa 1975. For use with most Edison guns. Contains 5 strips of 8 plastic nipple caps (not gunpowder caps). Can be broken off strips to load nipple-style guns. Original price sticker from dimestore. C10 $3.00 per package.





Daisy .25 cal. (6mm) "Soft Air Shot" No. 7170

Daisy manufacturing Co. Inc., , Made in Japan. Circa 1980s. Package of 100 white .25 cal. Pellets for Daisy Soft Air pistols, models 08, 38 and 59. Blister pack has never been opened. C10 $5.00 per pack


Sekiden Style "Giant Pellets"

Made in Japan, 1960s. Each box contains 50 plastic silver-coated pellets, "Size 7.0 mm". For use in various Japanese pellet firing guns including Tiger Sekiden guns. Available in blue or red box. C10 $3.00 per box SALE! 2/$5.00







CAP GUNS RAY GUNS ETC.

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Norton Horner Buck Rogers Flashlight Ray Gun

Norton Horner Mfg., made in USA. Circa 1950.
This 7-1/2” long black plastic gun is the first of a long line of variations. Takes 2 “C” batteries (not included). Light flashes and gun buzzes when trigger is pulled. Still works well. Reflector dish has some rust. Missing plastic lens cover. Plastic body has no cracks or breaks. C7 $155.00



19 Atomic Jet Flying Saucer Helicopters & Store Display


Formis Mfg. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn,. Circa 1950.Unusual 6” wire “Flying Saucer” is propelled by string wound around a spool on a stick. Original store display box holds 18 “Saucers”, 17 pieces of string, 17 wooden spools. 17 sticks, 17 printed instruction sheets, 1 visual instruction sheet, 11 flyers for product and a really cool 19” X 4” banner that reads “Get Your Flying Saucers Here”. An additional saucer, spool, string and stick are also mounted on and 8” X 12” display card. Some minor shelf dirt on box but contents and display card are Mint. Sold as a lot ONLY (sorry no single sales)
C9 $175.00


Hubley "Pirate" Cap Pistol No. 265

Hubley Mfg., Lancaster, PA. Diecast/cast iron (Best/Logan, P16.1). 9-3/8” long. Circa 1940. Classic side-by-side single action flintlock style cap gun is a transitional piece with a heavy die-cast frame and cast iron double hammers & trigger. Fires Mammoth caps. Has been fired with some cap wear around hammers. Finish clean. Minor bends to white plastic grips. Works well.

SOLD



Hubley "Automatic" Cap Pistol, No. 290

Hubley Mfg. Diecast, circa 1955. This nickel finish 6 1/2" automatic is a Hubley classic. The cap box pops up when slider is pulled back. This is one of the best unboxed examples I have ever had. Gun has never been fired. Bright, clean finish. Swirl checkered plastic grips. C10 $150.00 SOLD


Redbox International Detective 707 Spy Set

Made in Hong Kong by Red Box. Circa 1970s. Redbox produced a series of these “707” toys in the 70s, an obvious knock-off of James Bond “007”.
This set includes a blue plastic clicker automatic TOY pistol marked “Colt Government Automatic Cal. .455” with silencer and scope, plastic detective badge, “707” squirt gun camera and “707 Passport of Universal”. Still sealed on 13 1/2” X 8 1/2” card.
C10 $20.00 OUT OF STOCK



Kilgore “Mark VI Command Gun Field Machine Gun” No. 651

Kilgore Inc., Westerville, Ohio. Circa 1955. Unusual and seldom seen 6” long die-cast machine gun. Crank handle fires gun and barrel reciprocates. Uses perforated roll caps (2 boxes of Kilgores included). Includes plastic “nest”. Tripod can be swapped for plastic handle (included), making it a “Rapid Fire Hand Gun”. Back of box mentions 4 cut-out North Korean-looking soldier targets that are missing. Otherwise complete, unfired. Mint in Box. C10. $150.00



Hubley "Hawk" Automatic Cap Pistol No.234


Hubley Mfg. Circa 1958. Diecast 5-3/4". Nickel finish automatic with nice scroll-work, fires roll caps. Side-loading lift-up door. Has been fired but very little - finish is very clean. Minor cap wear around hammer. White plastic "pearl" grips have some scratches and scuffs but no cracks or breaks. Overall C8 SOLD





“Kruger 98” Luger Pellet Gun
Kruger Mfg. Made in USA. Circa 1958. Unusual all-plastic single shot pellet (or dart) pistol is a near replica of a German P-08 Luger Parabellum. Powered by strong spring. Metal trigger and internal parts with copper sleeved barrel. Clean condition. Works well. C7 $30.00 SOLD



Redbox “Bullet Firing Lighter & Pistol Pack for Special Agent 707”

Red Box Co., LTD. 1966. Made in Hong Kong . “Secret Weapons Series”. Redbox produced this series of “707” toys in the mid-60s, an obvious knock-off of “007” James Bond. Includes 2” square bullet-firing lighter, plastic box of nine 1/2” bullets and 2-1/4” bullet-firing miniature automatic pistol. Still sealed on 6” X 8 ” card. Minor dings and warp to card. C10/C9 $75.00 SOLD



Marx “Desert Patrol” Luger Pistol & Silencer Stk. No. 175

Louis Marx & Co, Inc., circa 1960. Plastic blue-gray 7-1/2” pistol with brown grips. Fires single shot caps which propel red plastic 1” bullets out of barrel. Detachable silencer adds another 3” to gun. Never removed from card. Unfired. C10/C10 $75.00 SOLD






ROCKETEER COLLECTIBLES

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Park Plastic "Little Sputnik Satellite Battle Station"

Park Plastics Co., Linden, NJ. Circa 1957 The grandaddy of all saucer guns! This "Battle Station" is mostly complete with four 2” saucers (1 damaged), 3 (of 4) darts for the main dart cannon "Rocket Launcher’, “Rotating Antenna” radar mast, working “Pericope Sights” , 4 “Adjustable Cannons”, command microphone and instruction sheet. Box has some shelf wear (mostly on top cover, which can be folded to make display. A vintage piece of space armament.

C7 $235.00 SOLD




19 Atomic Jet Flying Saucer Helicopters & Store Display

Formis Mfg. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn,. Circa 1950.Unusual 6” wire “Flying Saucer” is propelled by string wound around a spool on a stick. Original store display box holds 18 “Saucers”, 17 pieces of string, 17 wooden spools. 17 sticks, 17 printed instruction sheets, 1 visual instruction sheet, 11 flyers for product and a really cool 19” X 4” banner that reads “Get Your Flying Saucers Here”. An additional saucer, spool, string and stick are also mounted on and 8” X 12” display card. Some minor shelf dirt on box but contents and display card are Mint. Sold as a lot ONLY (sorry no single sales)

. C9 $175.00


Langson Super Nu-Matic Jr.Repeater Paper Buster Space Pistol No.55

Made by Langson Mfg Co., Chicago, ILL, 5-3/4” long. Circa 1950s. Die-cast metal with aluminum trigger and roll guard. Langson produced a number of different “Nu-Matic” and “Super Nu-Matic” paper popping pistols from the 1930s thru the 1950s. Most were sold in states and areas where caps and cap guns were outlawed by fireworks laws. This “Super Nu-Matic Jr” is one of their smaller sized pistols. It is sought after by space ray gun collectors because of the futuristic ring design at the muzzle, which makes it look like a ray gun. This gun has never been removed from the card. It fires the 1/2” wide paper rolls (there are 2 sizes of paper rolls made by Langson, 1/2” is the smallest) – three are included on the card. Card has slight curls on sides and minor separation at bottom.C10 Gun on C9 Card SOLD

Disney The Rocketeer Premiere Blast-Off Party Passport

Walt Disney Co./Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, 1991. Printed in USA.

<p>This is a special coupon booklet, given away at premiere locations for the 1991 Disney movie “The Rocketeer”. Inside, there are 5 coupons, which were good for special admissions and prizes at various locations in Theme Parks and movie theatres on the Special Premiere nights that were held around the country.

. C10 MINT condition $9.99

Disney “The Rocketeer” Plastic Candy Containers in Store Display & Parachute Set

Topps Co. Inc./Walt Disney Co., 1991. Made in China.

<p>Full box of 24 Rocketeer plastic figural candy containers. There are 2 styles, the “Golden Helmet”, a 2-1/2” tall container of the Rocketeer helmet and a figural 2-3/4” tall upper body (waist-up) container with rocket pack. All containers have never been opened and are in MINT condition. This is a full split case of 24 (12 of each), as it was originally put out for display in stores. Small grease pencil mark on box.

Out of Stock



Norton Horner Buck Rogers Flashlight Ray Gun

Norton Horner Mfg., made in USA. Circa 1950.
This 7-1/2” long black plastic gun is the first of a long line of variations. Takes 2 “C” batteries (not included). Light flashes and gun buzzes when trigger is pulled. Still works well. Reflector dish has some rust. Missing plastic lens cover. Plastic body has no cracks or breaks. C7 $155.00



Playmates Star Trek The Next Generation Hand Phaser Stock No. 6151

Paramount Pictures Corp, 1992. Playmates Toys (Hong Kong), made in Macao and Hong Kong. Plastic battery replica of the standard Hand Phaser introduced in the Gene Roddenberry TV series, “Star Trek, The Next Generation”. Takes 3 AA batteries that have been removed for storage.This 7-1/2” Phaser emits stun and disruption sound effects (2 switches) and has light up beam emitter. Waist band/belt clip . Blueprints, instructions and decal sheet are included in box.
C10 $30.00 SOLD



Vintage Wham-O Air Blaster Space Ray Gun

Wham-O Mfg. Co., San Gabriel, CA. Circa 1960.All black plastic 10" gun uses a rubber diaphragm to shoot a blast of air. Gun is in good shape, diaphragm is still whole and gun still cocks and fires (sometimes you have to wiggle the charging lever a bit to get it to cock the diaphragm…but it still works and emits a powerful air blast). Plastic shows minor scuffs but no cracks or breaks. Aluminum fittings have some minor discoloration and corrosion. The fixture that pulls the rubber diaphragm back (inside the gun) has a bit of surface rust. This is the earlier, all black version – later models were softer, 2-tone plastic. These older guns are very hard to find in working condition.

C7 $85.00 SOLD


“Men In Black Alien Blaster Series 4 D-Atomizer” Ray Gun


Galoob Toys Inc. Stock No. 22916. Columbia Pictures, 1997. From “Men In Black” movie, starring Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones. This 22” long battery-operated gun includes a removable, bendable “Baltian” alien in a light-up, opening command center (which pulses light), power selector, pump-action re-loader and a light up gun barrel (that emits firing sounds). Never removed from the box and still functions well (batteries still good). Box has 3 small tears in the cut-out frame (can be repaired) and a bit of a bow inward. Overall C10/C9.SOLD


T. Cohen Superior Plastics Rocket Triple Dart Gun

Superior T. Cohen Plastics. Made in USA. Circa 1952.
8” long rocket ship dart gun fires darts from 3 barrels. 3 darts are included. Works well. This gun was issued with the T. Cohen “Space Target” dart game (click on photo to see scans of target board – not included with this gun), C9 $65.00 SOLD








CATALOG and ADVERTISING REPRINTS

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Daisy Buck Rogers Disintegrator Pistol Ad Reprint

Daisy Mfg. Co, Plymouth Michigan. Circa 1936. . 9” X 13”

This is a Color Xerox reprint of a magazine ad. Nice 30s Deco 3-color art in orange, black and white. Images of Buck, XZ-38 Disintegrator Pistol, Combat Set (Disintegrator with holster), Helmet and Rocket Combat Set (XZ-31 Rocket Pistol with holster).

$7.99



Daisy Buck Rogers 25th Century Rocket Pistol Ad Reprint

Daisy Mfg. Co, Plymouth Michigan. Circa 1934. . 11” X 8-1/2” This is a Color Xerox reprint of a Daisy store display ad, circa 1934. Bright multi-colored chromo art of Buck holding a photo image of the gun. Printed on quality paper with a white border for matting and framing. Will be shipped flat with cardboard...

$5.00


?Hubley Cap Shooting Pistols & Rifles for 1956? Catalog Reprint

Hubley Mfg, Lancaster, PA 1956. . 9” X 11”. Color Xerox reprint. 12 single-side pages (including front and back covers).

<p>This is a Xerox reprint of the1956 Hubley toy gun dealer catalog. The Hubley pistol line for 1956 included the Cowboy, Automatic (No. 290), Dick, Star, Midjet, Rodeo, Champ, Trooper, Sure-Shot, Texan Jr., Deputy, Flintlock (and Flintlock Jr.), Pioneer and 2-in-1. Rifles included the Sportsman, Buffalo Rifle and Frontier Rifle. Hubley used lithographed art work in this catalog, instead of photos (the only photos are of the kid on the cover and a few disembodied kid heads on some pages) making each page suitable for framing.
<p>Because this is a dealer catalog, meant for store buyers to order from, each item has the stock number, packaging details, shipping weight and quantity per case or package..

. $9.99

Marx Bullet Shooting Six-Shooter Cap Pistol
Louis Marx & Co., USA. Circa 1961.Die-cast. Seldom seen Western style revolving gun measures 10” long. Soft (Poly) red plastic bullets are loaded in front of cylinder and are propelled by 6-shot disc caps. Black painted finish shows some paint loss but no other damage. Functions well with strong trigger pull. Includes 6 plastic bullets and box of Kilgore Disc caps.C7 $145.00 SOLD


Product Engineering “Frontier Smoker” Cap Pistol in Box

Product Engineering die-cast, circa 1955, 9" long, Unusual gun shoots both caps and "smoke powder" (actually talcum powder) by means of an internal bellows. Unfired. Pop-up cap magazine sticks a bit (common) but is in mint condition. Bright nickel finish is clean. Metal grips with horse head have minor paint loss on right grip. Includes three original packets of “Smoke for Frontier Smoker” and box insert.

C9 $185.00 SOLD



Wyandotte Hopalong Cassidy Dummy Cap Pistol & Holster

Made by Wyandotte (All-Metal Toys), circa 1950-55. This lever-release, 8-3/4" die-cast gun has extensive scroll work. RARE DUMMY version made for sale in states that banned caps. Has NEVER fired caps! Special hammer is designed without inside of hammer. Silver finish is very clean. Small spot of finish loss down to copper on top seam (appears factory flaw). White plastic grips with incised “Hopalong Cassidy” bust and script have in excellent condition with no cracks or breaks. Functions well. Black leather single holster has dust and age from storage with a small piece missing at the tip of tongue –but will clean up well. C9 $585.00 SOLD


Kilgore "Kit Carson" Long Barrel Cap Pistol

Kilgore Mfg., Westerville, Ohio. Circa 1951-55. 9-1/2” die-cast cap pistol fires roll caps. Lever release. Marked: “Kit Carson” under cylinder on left side with buffalo head and lots of scroll work and filigree. Black plastic grips feature raised bust of Kit Carson in buckskins. Gun has never been fired. Works perfectly. Silver die-cast finish is quite clean with no cracks or breaks.
C9 SOLD



Daisy No. 80 Buzz Barton 6 Shooter Squirt Gun

Daisy Mfg., Plymouth Mich., circa 1936. Pressed steel. Blued finish. This 7-1/2” water gun was marketed in a “Buzz Barton” holster (not included) but the gun never bore his name. Hammer moves with each shot. Brass nozzle. Minor surface pitting (common with blued guns). Daisy advertising of the time boasted “Shoots about 25 feet six times with one loading. No rubber bulb”. Nice addition to any Daisy or water gun collection C6 $90.00



Hubley 2-in-1 Cap Pistol Barrel And Box No.252

Hubley Mfg., Lancaster, PA. Circa 1960. This “2-in-1” pistol is an unusual design that featured two inter-changeable barrels, one approx. 4” long to make the gun appear “Western” and a shorter 2” barrel to make the gun into a “snub-nose”. Both barrels are included. Gun is UNFIRED. White plastic grips are very clean. Right grip has a slight warp at the top (common with these guns). Otherwise gun is MINT. Box has 4 broken corners but includes insert and is clean. C9 gun in C8 box. $225.00 SOLD


Mattel Official Shootin' Shell Winchester Carbine, Mattel Stock #651

Mattel Inc. Circa 1959. 26" long plastic rifle with diecast works loads and fires two-piece Shootin' Shell bullets as well as roll caps.
Black barrel, imitation wood stocks and “secret rapid fire” trigger (a piece on the lever that can be engaged to rapid fire the trigger). Has been fired with some cap wear around hammer. Release button for magazine cover is pushed in or missing (common) and “U” shaped ejector at end of slider is also missing (also common). Works well. Minor scuffs. No other cracks or breaks. C6 $110.00 SOLD






KENNER CONSTRUCTION SETS

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Space Toys: A Collector's Guide To Science Fiction and Astronautical Toys

Written by Crystal and Leland Payton, Collectors Compass, 1982, 86 pages, paperback. One of the first books devoted to Sci-Fi and Space toys. Includes separate price guide sheet (I'd love to buy these items for the prices here). Great black and white photos, some good information and the Payton's tongue-in-cheek writing style make this book a must for any reference library. Long out of print. $15.00



Backyard Buckeroos Collecting Western Toy Guns Reprint

This is an authorized reprint of "Backyard Buckaroos, Collecting Western Toy Guns" by Jim Schleyer, (originally published in 1996 and long out of print). Just printed! With over 450 pages and over 1,200 toy gun photos, this book is slightly longer than the original with 24 pages in full color. It is also printed on a higher quality paper stock, guaranteeing it will last through years of page turning. THE BOOK for all collectors. OUT OF STOCK


Tomart's Price Guide To Horror Movie Collectibles

by Nathan Hanneman & Aaron Crowell.,2003. Tomart Publications. A great collection of everything HORROR. All color photos, arranged alphabetically by movie, TV show subject. Includes a great variety of model kits, action figures, toys, movie give-aways, action figures, posters, trading cards and lots more.A must for every collector's shelf. Paperback, 160 pages. C10. Reg. Price 29.95 Special SALE PRICE $25.00






Please contact us for further descriptions and information. Don't see what you want? Contact us with your wants. We have many more guns than we can list.


Terms & Definitions

Cast Iron - Made of cast iron, usually pre-1945.
Country of origin - Toys and toy guns not listed with country of origin are of US manufacture.
Diecast - Gun is made of or with diecast parts. Most diecast guns are Postwar (after 1945)
Fired - Gun has been fired with caps. There is pitting or cap wear around hammer.
Unfired - Gun appears to have never fired caps, there is no wear or pitting around hammer.



CAST IRON GUNS are listed using the Charles Best & Sam Logan book, "Cast Iron Toy Guns and Capshooters", 1990, currently out of print. Cash or Trade if anyone has an extra copy.