These are pictures of toys that we have not been able to identify.
This figure is marked "1984 Remco toys Inc Made in China" on the back of its waist
This figure is not marked
This figure is marked "Made in Hong Kong" on the back of its waist.
This figure is marked "China" on the back of its waist
This figure is marked "Made in Hong Kong" on the back of its left shoulder. He is probably from the Galaxy Warriors series.
Thanks to an astute viewer who identified the following figures as Dragoon from the Galaxy Warriors series by Sungold.This figure is not marked
This figure is was made by Tyco in the early 90s
These are descriptions of toys that we have not been able to identify or locate.
A green? military cargo plane. It is approximatly 1 foot long with a wingspan of about 1 foot. It was produced not later than the early 90s. It transformed into a battle station with the press of a few buttons. There was a button on the right wing that opened the back and the tail detached into a helicopter. There was a button that opened the nose and a motorcycle came out. It came with several simple red and black army men that could be stored in a compartment in the bottom of the plane.
A gray plastic castle. It is approximately 6 inches tall by 3 inches wide and 3 inches deep. The plastic was molded to look like small rectangular stone blocks. There was a brown? door painted on the front and two black windows. They were not functional. The top of the castle was flat and would detach so that small figures could be stored inside.