Ker-plunk 60's Childrens Game 

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Ker-plunk 60's Childrens Game

KerPlunk is a children's game first marketed by the Ideal Toy Company in 1967. The game consists of a transparent plastic tube, plastic rods called straws (normally numbering 26 to 30 in total and of various colours - yellow and red predominantly) and several dozen marbles. The base contains four separate numbered trays and the straws are passed through holes in the middle of the tube to form a lattice. The marbles are then placed in the top of the tube and held in place by the lattice. The onomatopoeic name of the game derives from the sound of the marbles tumbling to the base of the tube during play.

Date of Manufacture: 1986

Quantity Available: 1

Working Condition: Working
Physical Condition: Good
Original Box: Yes

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