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Five rows and six columns. This one is special because of the intended points and the origin from the soviet era.
This puzzle is named ?????, transliterated Bashnia, which means Tower.
This version of the Whip-It was produced in Cheboksary, Russia.
The original price is based on the official exchange rate (0.6 roubles per dollar) although in socialist time this was completely theoretical. The price (in roubles) is visible als embossed inscriptions on the puzzle.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Geert Hellings.
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