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General Store Set - SAVE £15

Guide price: £140

Last updated on 21st Nov 2009

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General Store Set - SAVE £15

This lovely wooden General Store ( G2600 ) is a brilliant toy for encouraging interactive play between one or two children or even at a party. And there’s no need to confine playtime to grocery shopping – how about turning it into a shoe shop (full of Mummy’s shoes), a sweetie shop (yummy) or a post office? Comes with dresser, shelves, drawers, shop counter, and wrapping paper roll. Adult assembly required.

Dresser 104cmH x 61cmW x 24cmD; counter measures 52cmH x 61cmW x 24cmD. The Calculator Cash Register ( G9083 ) features fully-working solar-powered calculator, oversized buttons and digital display. Made of heavy-duty colourful plastic, includes activity guide, play credit card and money set. Measures 15cmH x 26cmW x 24cmD. Battery included. The Easel Paper Roll ( G2605 ) is a spare roll of paper and measures 15m.

3yrs+. SAVE £15 - buy the General Store, Calculator Cash Register and Paper Roll together for £135 and save £15.

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