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#6167 - Geniac Electric Brain Educational Toy Estimate: $200+

Original Geniac Electric Brain manufactured by the Oliver Garfield Company, Inc., in 1955, which includes two main perforated masonite boards, 12 circular masonite discs, and numerous loose parts such as bolts, nuts, brackets, wiring, and a battery, all of which are in their original unopened bags. The Geniac is completely unused, and includes the original box and various instruction booklets. In very good to fine condition. The Geniac was an educational toy billed as a 'computer' designed and marketed by Edmund Berkeley; widely advertised in magazines like Galaxy Science Fiction, the Geniac provided many youths with their first hands-on introduction to computer concepts and Boolean logic.

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