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Amazing Monkey Multiplication 1916
As seen in the toy shop in Scorsese’s wonderful 2011 film, Hugo - Can our Amazing Monkey teach Multiplication? Yes! Consul, the educated monkey knows his multiplication tables. Just move his legs and he mechanically finds the answer with his hands. This amazing all tin toy made learning fun decades before calculators and computers. A very special gift for your math teacher, math wiz or tin toy collector!
A genuine American Classic Tin Toy - Consul, the Educated Monkey was invented in America in 1916 and originally produced by the Educational Novelty Co. in Dayton, Ohio. Consul was a famous performing monkey, who rode a bicycle and even ate with a fork and knife. The 1909 movie, “Consul Crosses the Atlantic” featured our amazing monkey’s first trip to America! This classic toy was a funny and clever way to teach multiplication.
Type: Tin Toy Calculator with Metal Stand - No Batteries Needed
Category: Tin Math Monkey - For Collectors (Not for children)
Exclusively at TinToyArcade.com
Size: 6" Tall (6 x 6 x .5 inches)
Package: Classic Yellow Framed Gift Box with Clear Wndow
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