Mahjong set

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This was made in the Woshun Sing factory in China and probably purchased in Suez. My grandfather brought it back with him after being discharged from the army after 21 years.

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  • 1. At 01:02 on 31 May 2011, pscooper10 wrote:

    hi i am just posting a comment as i have a near identical set to this inherited from my grandparents. the case is the same the pices are the same and i have what i think maybe bone or ivory dice. the problem is i have no idea about how old it is or where it would be from all i know is my grandparents were given it as a gift from friends when in asia. i am just looking for as much information as possible really. thankyou Paul

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