I'll never get over the beauty of old bone and ebony dominoes, and think they're all the more beautiful for their wear and imperfections. This complete double six set of 28 I believe date from the 1880s are so, and are small, making them great for playing on the go. The've got brass spinners at their centers, which make them extra nice--you can amuse yourself by setting them spinning while waiting on others to take their turns. They old wooden box I'm selling them in is not original to the set, but it's a nice box, and they fit pretty well in it, and its got brass nails, so there you go!
The bone shows wear around the edges, and there are two that are chipped, as documented. Each measures 1 3/8" x 3/4" x 1/4"; box measures 3 1/4" x 4 3/8" x 1 3/8". The box does not clasp, so if keeping them in the box a rubber band or two would be useful around it if on the go.