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Wooden Dominoes

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Product Description: Our Wooden Dominoes set (3008) contains 28 double-six wooden dominoes, rules for play, and comes packaged in a wooden storage box with sliding lid. The storage box measures 6-3/4 inches by 1-1/2 inches by 2-1/4 inches.

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Product Description: Our Wooden Pick-Up Sticks (with cloth bag) (3009) are a cut above! These exclusive sticks are made with smooth-tapered, round tips. The Wooden Pick-Up Sticks package includes a cloth, drawstring bag, game rules, scoring system, and a concise history.

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Product Description: Our Early American Playing Cards (3010) are a reproduction of an English deck of cards that was brought to the colonies and used until at least 1880. Our cards are printed in color on heavy-duty, noncoated index paper with plain backs and square corners. A brief history of playing cards is included.

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Wooden Dice

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Product Description: This traditional Wooden Dice set (3011) comes with three wooden dice, instructions for seven easy-to-play dice games for children, and a brief history. "Let 'em roll!"

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