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A sticker variant given by Erno Rubik as gift to all visitors of the Dutch Cube Day 2009
Erno Rubik is officially credited as member #0 of the NKC, Netherlandse Kubus Club, the only club founded in the 80's that survived until today.
In 2009 Erno Rubik attended to a Dutch Cube Day for the first time. Dutch Cube day is a meeting of puzzle collectors held annually in the Netherlands. For this meeting Mr. Rubik produced a run of 3x3x3 sticker variations of which all other attendees received one as a gift.
There are four sides with letter on them:
One shows the date: 18the Oct 2009
One shows the town the Cube day was held: Eindhoven
One shows Rubiks name
One shows three related acronyms: NKC, DCD, CFF
Due to the uniform but different sides at the top and bottom solving this cube is not more difficult than most cubes with visible orientations on the faces.
Thank you to the following people for their assistance in helping collect the information on this page: Andreas Nortmann.
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