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Cyborg Station CX1

Electronic Case
1970-1979 (manufactured)
Artist/Maker
Place of origin

Cyborg Station, Takara, Japanese, 1970s
black plastic briefcase with grey plastic form inside, some colour panels
electric plugs outside
together with a clear plastic bag of black plastic parts and a label printed in colours
*missing figure

Object details

Object type
Parts
This object consists of 3 parts.

  • Briefcase
  • Bag of Parts
  • Label
TitleCyborg Station CX1 (manufacturer's title)
Materials and techniques
printed card, moulded plastic
Brief description
Cyborg Station, Takara, Japanese, 1970s

Cyborg Station, Takara, Japanese, 1970s

Cyborg Station, Takara, Japanese, 1970s
Physical description
Cyborg Station, Takara, Japanese, 1970s
black plastic briefcase with grey plastic form inside, some colour panels
electric plugs outside
together with a clear plastic bag of black plastic parts and a label printed in colours
*missing figure
Dimensions
  • Length: 15in
  • Width: 9in
Production typemass produced
Credit line
Given by the Palitoy Company
Object history
Part of the Palitoy Archive
Production
Reason For Production: retail
Associated object
Collection
Accession number
B.516:1-1999

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Record createdSeptember 5, 2000
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