Dominoes for the blind

Details
Object number
AIBDC : 006800
Country
Date
1960 - 1969

Description

A metal tin contianing a set 28 of dominoes for the blind. The dominoes are made from cream coloured urea formaldehyde with raised spots painted in black. The blanks have a raised unpainted bar to denote no spot. The reverse of each domino has a fine criss cross texture with a circle design in the centre. The set is contained in the original tin which is cream coloured with blue labeling. This set was produced for and supplied by The Royal National Institue for the Blind, c 1960s. Dimension below are for each individual domino.
Designers & Manufacturers
Designer (Person)
Manufacturer

Inscriptions

printed: "Dominoes for the blind. Produced for and supplied by The Royal National Institute for the Blind, Great Portland Street, London, W1." (lid of tin)
Dimensions
Width
25mm
Depth
8mm
Length
50mm
Material Note
plastic dominoes
UF
urea formaldehyde
metal container
tin
Colour Note
dominoes
container