Ice hockey game - 1940s
Dating from 1945-50, this game is in good 'played with' condition.
Largely wood, with metal goals and players (of which there are six on each side, including the goalkeeper), and a puck made from hard rubber. Manipulating the rods causes the players' hockey sticks to sweep from side to side.
When we've (rarely) seen these games come up for sale at auction in pristine condition, they've typically fetched around $400 Canadian. Our price reflects repair work needed.
N.B. One forward split-pin holder has become unsoldered from its rod. This really needs re-soldering by a competent DIY-er. (Alternatively, you could put one player in the sin bin for each half and play 5-a-side.)