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Date Listed 08-Nov-16
Address Alexandria, ON K0C1A0
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My childhood toy. It still works! Takes 4 C batteries not included. Opens without batteries. Numbers light up with batteries. Very Good condition. Prints paper receipt. Opens to give money. One of the first toy cash registers that mimicked the electronic ones that stores switched to using at this time in history. As is. Fun way to learn adding and subtracting.
Ideal Early Electronic (1977 *key marker of historical and developmental change).

"This Ideal register from 1977 was one of the toy cash registers that I played with as a child, as well as the first register of my collection which I started in 1984. I bought it at Best Buy in San Diego because I recognized it from my childhood and it resonated with my inner child. It’s particularly interesting historically because it is quite possibly the very first toy cash register to signal the electronic age. It’s not actually electronically digital like contemporary toys are, but the battery lights up the numbers when a key is pressed. It also has a flat front which is similar to electronic type registers."
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