Rare LAMBDA Style Robot Battery Opererated. Made in Japan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA Style Robot Battery Opererated. Made in Japan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA Style Robot Battery Opererated. Made in Japan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA Style Robot Battery Opererated. Made in Japan 1970's. No Box
Rare LAMBDA Style Robot Battery Opererated. Made in Japan 1970's. No Box
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Rare LAMBDA Style Robot Battery Opererated. Made in Japan 1970's. No Box

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This is a very rare and highly collectable vintage robot.

He was Made in Japan and dates from the 1970s.

He is very similar in design to the other Lambda - I robot that I have in my store.

Sadly, he does not have his original box - but he is in good display condition with no losses or damages.

Of course, he is in working condition - and is operated by two large batteries which fit in his back.

This body is a hard plastic - in red, yellow and white, colours.

His operating switch is an on-off sliding button on the front of his chest.

The thing that I love about this robot is the wee man sitting inside the visor section.

Height: about 8 inches. Width arm to arm is 6 inches. Depth is about 4 inches.

He flashes and walks and is in fine vintage condition. No missing bits or disfiguring damage.

The only condition issue is a wee bit of scuffing about the Made in Japan words on his back - on the battery compartment flap. There is also a wee fine crack to the top of of his clear visor section as photographed - only noticeable on close inspection, it is stable and no so disfiguring.

Anyway - he remains a harder to find 1970s issue - and again sadly without his original box.

Looks totally fabulous and quirky on display - I can't really find another quite like him - so hopefully, a good price for this wee rarity.

I am also listing in my store another strange and probably rarer robot of similar date and design.

He would have to be limited to posting only in the UK.