Marx Vintage Operation Moon Base 4654 Playset Orignal Box & Vacuform Moon NR

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  • Item Category: Toys, Dolls, Games & Puzzles
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Aug 08,2013
  • Channel: Online Auction

MARXIEBOY TOYS

|LIONEL TRAINS | MARX PLAYSETS| |PLASTICVILLE|

Here we have a great Marx Toys (Successor to Louis Marx and Company in 1969), the 4654 Operation Moon Base, the largest boxed set Marx made per PFPC!!!.

Great set with the following:

1 vacuform moon

1 vinyl colorful playmat beautifully done

Original instruction for set and a reproduction instructionfor missile firing moon ship

2 beautiful tin litho rocket silo pieces fits inside mountain all tabs present

5 light blue space vehicle w/2 large wheeled pieces

4 lime green aliens

5 silver astronauts plus 1 red seated for capsule

2 with Stanford and Republic removable suits

5 gold furniture pieces

6 yellow instruments/play pieces

5 red instruments/satellites

1 - 3 piece complete capsule for seated astronaut

2 Nike rockets 2 launchers one without spring has been glued.

1 rocket on carrier

1 orange space launch (added a white ejector to complete only missing spring) with Jupiter Rocket

1 highly sought after spring & suction cup rocket launcher

1 equally sought after exploding mountain with cap firing mechanism

1 tower with wire, with clips to attach to top and a round space station for top of moon

1 missile firing moon ship but missing springs and triggers - 4 missiles included.

1 original decal sheet

This set has the original box and is about 95% complete. Will include a story of the set and list of content from #35 PFPC.

This is a great old classic Marx Toys item made in the 1970's. This is being listed with a low opening bid and no reserve, so don't let it get away, as it is a great addition to your collection!

CONTENTS: 1 boxed set

CONDITION: There are several cracks at the top of each side the moon. Noticed a small tear in the playmat at the main seam and some minor scratches. Missing 2 aliens, 8 furniture pieces, one yellow piece missing radar dish, missing paper US flag on pole, the flying saucer launcher, 1 Nike rocket launcher has been glued & some various springs. Moon ship missing trigger and springs but includes copy of instructions for that piece. Box is about a C-5 with 4 tape tears and "basement" written on top. Inside top was used as a paint box. Tape tear on sides, shows some age and shelf wear but still sturdy, complete and holds the whole set. Lots of pictures so view all closely. Ask question as I am very good at responding. I have spent a day and a half looking at this set correcting and adding to it making the set very good to excellent condition. An empty box recently sold for $185.00!!

Disclaimer: I make a very honest and (in this case) a time consuming attempt to call out all the positives and negatives of the item. I could miss a flaw and that is why I post a lot of pictures and encourage potential buyers to ask questions. I f I miss something when checking out the item , it is inadvert ent. But p lease remember all sales are final!

Take a L@@K at the other auctions as since retirement to Sun City AZ, I am selling my extensive toy collection of Lionel Trains, Marx Playsets, Matchbox and Plasticville.
SHIPPING: We combine multiple items to save shipping costs assuming the items fit in same box. If buying more than 2 items please wait for invoice or email me for invoice.

PLEASE DO NOT BID IF OUTSIDE THE CONTIGUOUS US OR HAWAII AND ALASKA AS I DO NOT SHIP TO CANADA OR OVERSEAS.

Please read the following condition of sale!

NO RETURNS: Everything I sell is AS IS CONDITION and I am very good at responding, so please ask questions before making bid. I will send a invoice or you can If buying 2 or more items wait for final shipping total.

Payment: Please send payment within 10 days of auction close, or item may be forfeited and Ebay will be notified. I really try to go out of my way for customers and I appreciate prompt payment or at minimum an email when paym...

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