This is one of the first generation Stylophones that had a transistor oscillator.
My sister and I were gifted one of these babies in the 70s at Christmas one year.
We learned to play the French nursery rhyme "Frére Jacque" on it and probably drove my parents insane! I often wondered why the batteries were ALWAYS flat or we couldn't find any.
The first thing that always went on the Xylophones was the wire on the stylus, which apparently was a common thing. Also, the metal parts around the "keyboard" usually came undone - ours was no exception. This was a great wee toy that my sister and I enjoyed for years!
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