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12 black and white plastic blocks designed by Fred Horowitz for GMFGI (General Mills Fun Group Inc.) ca 1971 for Parker Brothers. Each block features 6 different sides in solid black, solid white and four different configurations of 1/2 black and 1/2 white, so that thousands of different patterns can be created and structures designed.

We have ONE set left.

Set one is shown in photos 1-4. They are in very good condition, with no chips or cracks, though there is some slight staining around the edges of the blocks and minor scuffs and scrapes here and there on most cubes. This set DOES NOT COME WITH PACKAGING, but will include a photocopy of the original package insert.

Set 2 is shown in photo 5 and is NO LONGER AVAILABLE.





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Pattern Pending Plastic design cubes 70s modern geometric architectural toy

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