The Kew Historical Society’s collection includes a wide range of leisure objects. Many of the items are European-made, generally of British origin, however there are a number that were made for the Australian market by Australian manufacturers. There were clearly a huge range of toys produced for the Australian and International children’s market in the Nineteenth and Twentieth centuries. The examples of toys in the collection include examples of alphabet toys, arcade toys, baby toys, construction toys, dolls, doll accessories, educational toys, soft toys, tin toys, toy animals, toy blocks, toy machines, toy typewriters, etc.
Handheld pinball game. The game requires the player to roll a ball-bearing to the front of the container and score a 1, a 5 or a 10. The self-contained container has the name of the game on coloured paper inside the toy.
Inscriptions & markings
Name: "Skee Skor"