At first this set resembles most cb sets we have seen, but there is a small difference which adds to its charm. As you can see on the Bam suit, the bamboos are very close together, made possible by the placement of the numbers beside the bamboo, instead of between the stalks. The One Dot is an abstract meander around a floral interior, and the other Dots have floral interiors. The Craks are the elaborate wan.
You can see the difference between the look of the small set versus the bigger one.
This bird One Bam is quite delightful and somewhat rare. I have only seen a few like this.
It is part of this set of Chinese Bakelite tiles with green wafer backs. The carving is quite lovely and detailed. These tiles were not meant for export, and Western indices are missing. You will note there are numbers added to some of the tiles (the 5 and 6 Craks seem to have caused some confusion thus "needing" Arabic numbers) and letters and numbers added to the Flower tiles.
The West and South caused problems too!
The set came with this collection of counters and dice, the old and the new.