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Please help me identify my childhood Tamagotchi

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Hi guys thai is my first time i write in this forum, I hope I’ m in the right place to ask help and I apologise if I make any mistakes but English is not my mother language.

some days ago I found my old tamagotchi of when i was a child From 2004 it works perfectly and i’ m very happy for it. 

someone can tall me exactly what version is and its growth chart? 
Thaks for who will answer me

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Moved thread, and clarified title. :)
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This looks like a Connection V1! Was able to confirm by looking up the shell.

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Here is a simple growth chart I found - but you might be able to find more information by looking up the V1.

PS - your English is very good! I didn't have any trouble understanding. :)

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9 hours ago, mizutamatchiman said:

This looks like a Connection V1! Was able to confirm by looking up the shell.

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Here is a simple growth chart I found - but you might be able to find more information by looking up the V1.

PS - your English is very good! I didn't have any trouble understanding. :)

Thanks so much you are so kind :)

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Can someone tell me please its value ? 

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1 minute ago, Saggi said:

Can someone tell me please its value ? 

On eBay if you are looking for a new one in a package the price is around $40 to $90 

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7 minutes ago, iTamannadi said:

On eBay if you are looking for a new one in a package the price is around $40 to $90 

No i meant what’s the value of my tamagotchi in these conditions and without the packaging

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4 minutes ago, Saggi said:

No i meant what’s the value of my tamagotchi in these conditions and without the packaging

I would say between $20 - $30 :huh: but I’m not an expert as I’ve never sold a tamagotchi before. I hope people on here will help you more with the price. :) 

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2 hours ago, Saggi said:

No i meant what’s the value of my tamagotchi in these conditions and without the packaging

A quick eBay search shows around 30 - 60 USD average without packaging (https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=p2380057.m570.l1313&_nkw=tamagotchi+connection+v1&_sacat=0

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