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A smaller Pyraminx from Russia with tiles instead of stickers. These versions were produced in Moldavia.
This puzzle is named ?????????? ?????????, transliterated Moldavskaia Piramidka which means Moldavian Pyramid.
Produced in Moldavia.
The name for this entry is taken from the packagings shown here. Compared with other Pyraminxes from the soviet union these versions have no price tile.
The puzzle was produced by multiple factories across the USSR, many of those are currently outside Russia. The Year 1984 is the first which can be prooved although the production might have started earlier.
Some packages show 4 roubles as the original price which was the basis for the value given in this entry. Others show 4.80 roubles.
The ones shown in images 1-8 here were produced in Chisinau Moldavia were produced in three different subversions. The first package (images 2-5) show the lower price. The other two versions (images 7-8) have the higher price on the packaging. The pyraminxes of subversions 1 and 3 are not distinguishable. The pyraminx of subversion 2 uses dark green instead of orange.
Image 9-11 shows another version from an unknown city in Moldavia. On this package the name is given in the Moldovan language. This version steeems from the factory where Aleksandr Ordynets worked.
Images 12-17 shows a different version of the same origin.
There are many other entries about Pyraminxes from the soviet union.
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