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Tin wind up shooting gallery with lithographic printing. This duck shooting gallery is made of tin with a lithographic print. It was made by the All Metal Products Company, under the brand Wyandotte Toys, between 1936 and 1957. The toy was wound at the front by a key allowing the target to rotate and the tin ducks to file past. The gallery would originally have come with a pistol and rubber tipped darts to shoot the ducks.
Creator: All Metal Products Company
Date: between 1936 and 1957
Item Number: 221953
KSHS Identifier: 1973.58.0
Collections - Museum
Date - 1930s
Date - 1940s
Date - 1950s
Home and Family - Daily life - Leisure - Play - Games
Objects and Artifacts - Recreational Artifacts - Game - Shooting Gallery, Mechanical
Places - Other States - Michigan
Type of Material - Objects and Artifacts