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    • 1950 – 1955

    Wooden case with internal wooden dividers; model pieces are color coded and shape coded, and made of plastic with metal links as bonds. Model pieces can be assembled to create molecular structure for bromine, carbon,…

    • 1940

    Box is wood; internal compartments are cardboard (20); pieces are wood with metal magnets as the bonds; contains sulfur (yellow), oxygen (light blue), nitrogen (dark blue), hydrogen (orange), chlorine (green), bromine…

    • 1983

    Green plastic case with snap lid on front; kit comes with five different types of plastic pieces: 12 multi-colored balls, eight gray "double bonds" pieces, one gray "triple-bonded carbon pairs" rod, and dozens of…

    • 1980s

    Models kits, such as this one, are often found in laboratories and classrooms and are used to visualize the structure of chemical substances.

    • 1985 – 1989

    Transparent plastic container with five interior compartments for multicolored plastic pieces. Instruction manual included.

    Models kits, such as this one, are often found in laboratories and classrooms and are used to…

    • 1970s

    Small, multicolored plastic connectors and straws in small plastic bag.

    Models kits, such as this one, are often found in laboratories and classrooms and are used to visualize the structure of chemical substances.

  1. Rectangular grey cardboard box with white writing and colored disks on sides; box contains a cardboard separator that divides the inside into four compartments and an instruction booklet; the compartments contain a…

  2. Blue cardboard box containing three compartments; two compartments hold a number of black and white stone marbles; third compartment holds four brass rods, numerous glass spacers, and sheets of thin paper; box also…

    • 1955 – 1965

    White cardboard box with blue writing; contains black, blue, yellow, red, and green spheres as well as wooden and metal connectors.

    Models kits, such as this one, are often found in laboratories and classrooms and are…

  3. Black Bakelite cylindrical base with four steel arms giving it support; red Bakelite circles are attached to the end of each arm; the model itself is attached with a steel arm that protrudes upward from the base; model…

  4. Black Bakelite cylindrical base with four steel arms giving it support; red Bakelite circles are attached to the end of each arm; the model itself is attached with a steel arm that protrudes upward from the base; model…

  5. Black Bakelite cylindrical base with four steel arms giving it support; red Bakelite circles are attached to the end of each arm; the model itself is attached with a steel arm that protrudes upward from the base; model…