Vintage Good Time Charlie Last of the Big Spender, Tin Lithographic Toy Battery Operated made in Japan, 1950's#


Vintage Good Time Charlie Last of the Big Spender, Tin Lithographic Toy Battery Operated made in Japan, 1950's#

I am guessing this is the 50's or 60's though no date on it, but saw picture of the box and is definitely from that time period. I only found a few for sale in the US.

His head is leaning forward from what I presume is where he stopped when it was last used with batteries so I took first picture laying down so you can see face. he was a little dusty and may need a little more cleaning if new owner wants to do it. Battery compartment was clean but a little rusty and didn't want to chance damaging the item so next owner can decide if they want to try that, mainly selling as a rare collector toy to sit on shelf.

The lithographic on piece is in good shape with Dust Bin still present and not much rust anywhere I could see with just a few hard to see spots.

It is about 12" tall and 6" wide at bottom.

I have 2 more of these but others are in worse condition, send me a message if you want one that would be cheaper. Thanks Ken

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