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KID SLICK

Target Game
©1975 (manufactured)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

card box printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and illustrations of the game
contains all the equipment, sheet printed with the figure of a cowboy, a mechanical card and plastic matching figure, grey plastic gun with dark brown holster, triangular black plastic block and a flat black plastic block with a corner cut away for testing


Object details

Object type
Parts
This object consists of 7 parts.

  • Box
  • Sheet
  • Figure
  • Gun
  • Holster
  • Block
  • Block
TitleKID SLICK (manufacturer's title)
Materials and techniques
printed card, moulded plastic
Brief description
Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975

Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975

Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975

Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975

Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975

Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975

Kid Slick, Remco, Hong Kong, 1975
Physical description
card box printed in colours to show the title, maker's details and illustrations of the game
contains all the equipment, sheet printed with the figure of a cowboy, a mechanical card and plastic matching figure, grey plastic gun with dark brown holster, triangular black plastic block and a flat black plastic block with a corner cut away for testing
Dimensions
  • Height: 21½in
  • Width: 13in
  • Depth: 2in
Production typemass produced
Copy number
Style No. 201
Marks and inscriptions
ages 4 & older (box; printed)
Credit line
Given by the Palitoy Company
Object history
Part of the Palitoy Archive
Production
Attribution note: tested sample
Reason For Production: retail
Collection
Accession number
B.1234:1-1999

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Record createdJuly 26, 2000
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