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 YEAR: early 1960s
 COMPANY: C & G Toys, Inc.
 COUNTRY: USA
 IN OUR COLLECTION: Yes
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Junior Electronic Computer

 
The Junior Electronic Computer was an educational toy for kids made by C & G Toys Inc. The toy was developed and manufactured sometime in the early 1960s. The goal of this toy was to teach children how to add, subtract, multiply and divide. The slide window would come out of the slide lock knob with a multiply or division button and an add or subtract button attached to the slide. There was a drum number rotating knob on the other side of the computer that controlled the drum window on the display screen. The toy required two AA batteries to operate. This toy was meant to be simple and easy to use for accessibility to children.





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