A lovely original game of metal and wood construction. Very simple penny shoot mechanic - roll the penny down the board and score the points against whichever wooden marker you knock over.
I guess maybe 1940s or early 1950s made in London by Lee Toys.
The game is now restored and for sale - see the before and after pictures below.
Around 18 inches long by 10 inches wide this game has a metal base and wooden pieces.
Prior to restoration
The game as I purchased it - pretty beat up.
The twelve targets are wooden blocks as they fall the score is revealed. You can gain or lose points.
Now look the part - kept totally original, just having them on a repainted base does the job.
Roll the penny and add up the points you score!
I have recreated the paper label for the restoration.
the original instruction sheet recreated as close to the original as possible.
The entire target panel folds down onto the base for storage. A lovely simple game.