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Mah-Jong set made from bone and bamboo.

Bought in a second-hand shop in North London in 1948 for £1.

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Mah-Jong set thought to be made from Bakelite. Bought in China in 1936.

Arabic numerals are not present as set was not intended for export.

Mah-Jong set made from bone and bamboo.

Bought in Selfridges, London in 1964.

Mah-Jong set thought to be made from resin and  Bakelite.  

Bought on eBay in 2003.  Originally purchased in Shanghai.

Mah-Jong set made from modern plastic.

Bought in a John Lewis store in 2007.

Mah-Jong set made from bamboo and modern plastic.

Bought in a London store in the 1970s.

Mah-Jong set made from bamboo and modern plastic.

Bought in Singapore in the 1970s.

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Mah-Jong set made from bone and bamboo.

 

Mah-Jong set made from modern plastic. Made by Jaques.

Japanese Mah-Jong set made from modern plastic.

Contains unusual tiles called “red fives” (akago or akapai).