Portable Count-Rite gaming kit with case and inner container made of phenol formaldehyde, with four sets of white counters, two of blue and two of red with a counting mechanism on the side made of stainless steel, complete with lid, by Count-Rite Corporation, Cleveland, Ohio, and one pack of playing cards, by The United States Playing Card Company, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, 1920-1940
- Plastics and Modern Materials
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- aluminium (metal), brass (copper, zinc alloy), carbon fibre, phenol formaldehyde (unspecified), stainless steel
- playing cards
- Frangenberg, Tomas
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