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This is what was stocked away in my Nan's spare room after 5 or 6 years. I have no idea when it was made, only when I bought it. It just really rotted away until my mum went there to sort out the stuff I should keep. It wasn't long until she came home and I was rather suprised at the box. I really just played with it. Just a example to the people of the future what some people played with, really.

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