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This Domino was found in Fort Vancouver at 1983. Its thought to be from around the 1830s to the 1860s. It’s made out of materials including bone, wood, and copper alloy. This was probably used by a kid that liked domino or could of being used by adults for bets or simply someone who liked domino. This domino is around 2 inches long and 1 inch wide. It is covered in some small rocks and dust. It’s also a 2 spots with 2 spots domino. This item is priceless since it’s not for sale. Today we still use dominos but they are built differently since the technology has been growing.
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