28 Tinplate 1960's Rare Figure Height 330mm Made in Japan. 28 of tinplate which Nomura Toy, a legendary tin toy maker that does not exist now, was producing in the 1960s. When the back switch is turned on, the motor turns red eyes, and it slowly walks while sometimes making sounds like the robot's roar. In fact, this Tetsujin No. 28 was made using the Astronauts robot mold called Astronauts, which the same company produced in the 1950s.The reason why the head is larger than necessary compared to the manga No. 28 at that time seems to have to be matched the mold used. If you got both, it might be nice to decorate together. This product has small dents, scratches and rust due to aging. Moreover, the lid of the part of the leg containing the battery is loose, and the knob is also distorted. But it stimulates the nostalgic sensibility. Even if the right shoulder is sloppy, it makes you feel like a hero who never falls down. There may be colors, dirt, scratches, etc that can not be seen in the photo. North/Central America, Middle East, AU, NZ: 4-6 days.
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