Many of them have mechanical pieces that rotate, spin and cock. I will describe them as best I can.
Top row left - this long slim gun measures 7 ¼ long. It has a spring loaded mechanism on top that moves the cylinder but does not stay in place.The handle moves as well. Excuse my lack of proper toy gun verbiage. It has no makers markings. Top gun right - This gun measures 7 ½ long and the top opens when the handle is pulled. It has decoration and details in the metal but no maker's markings anywhere. Middle top gun - This super long gun is 9 ½ long and has the # 1817 above the gold metal trigger. It also has the name MARX on the gold top trim.
The bird head shaped piece on top moves back and forth. The trigger does not move. Beneath that is a mostly gold hand gun that has a holster. Both pieces are marked MARX.
The thumb piece cocks but the trigger doesn't move. It also has the words UNITED STATES PROPERTY NO. 133 1814 M1911 MI US ARMY.
It's 3 ½ long. 2nd row from the top on the right is a small gun with a matching one pointed the same direction a row beneath it. Both of these guns Both of them open and the cylinder spins. One has a hook that latches it shut with the movement of a pin. The other has the hook missing and doesn't lock shut.
Neither of them have any maker's markings. They are each 3 ½ long. Upper middle right is a gold/black/brown pistol? The cylinder opens sideways and spins when the thumb piece is pulled.
The trigger doesn't move. This gun measures 3 long and is marked MARX. The hand gun just below it in the middle is mostly gold and measures 3 ½ long.The round pieces on top pull upward to reveal a spring loaded ammo area but it does not stay open. This one is marked MARX on 1 side and 1253 KU 53 on the opposite side. On the far right middle is a silver and brown gun that is 4 ¾ long and marked 1761 but has no other maker's name anywhere. The bird head shaped piece on the top pulls back but does not stay cocked. Dead center and below to the left are 2 matching rounded gold/brown gun that are 4 long. They both cock and the trigger moves to set them off. They are both marked MARX in the gold. Bottom left are 2 matching tiny white handled guns with a bull head in the handle on both sides. Both of them open and the barrel spins.
They measure 3 ¼ long and have no maker's markings. Bottom middle gun is 5 ½ long and has a handle that cocks, locks and sets off. There is a number 2 on the handle and the middle portion is marked: OFFICIAL DEAD OR ALIVE MARES LAIG.
Bottom right above the Dead or Alive gun is a 6 assault rifle. It is marked MARX but not like the others. The logo is an MAR with an X behind it. It has a top mechanism that pulls back but does not stay open. Last is the little roundish tiny gun on the bottom right.
It measures 2 long and the double barrel turns outward when the top thumb piece is cocked back. This is the only gun that is 100% metal. It has no maker's markings. The item "Vtg Lot 16 Toy Gun Collection Marx Pistol Rifle Army Mares Laig Dead or Alive" is in sale since Sunday, July 30, 2017. This item is in the category "Toys & Hobbies\Vintage & Antique Toys\Cap Guns\Other Vintage Cap Guns".
The seller is "cherylgeek" and is located in Racine, Wisconsin. This item can be shipped to United States.