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"Prima" Height: 16.5" Principal Components: Spice tin, oil lamp reflector, pocket battery tester, erector set girders, pulley wheel, hose fittings, oil lamp burner, spring

Metal House Battery Op New TV Robot, Vancouver, BC, Canada

FRED - Robot Dog Sculpture - Reclaime2Fame Sculpture by Will Wagenaar

I love these old vintage tin robots, probably not a practical toy for the kids these days, but I love 'em

I've decided I want to start collecting Vintage Robots :)

"Neener" Height: 11" Principal Components: Spice tin, pocket battery tester, keychain, skeleton keys, clock gear, hose fittings, buttons

ROBOTS...<3 I love the old tin ones bunches <3

Far left: Robot, c.1950 The first robot is thought to have been produced in the 1940s. By the 1950s a variety robots were being made, most with human qualities and bright colours. Centre: Robot, c.1960 Tin robots were made in Japan for the American toy market. They are all made from lithographed tin plate. These toys are considered to be from the 'golden age' of space toys. Far right: Robby the Robot, c.1956 Robby the Robot is an iconic figure in the genre of science fiction…