This paper model of a cube is dissected into a snub octahedron and eight identical irregular octahedra. The octahedra are hinged together The pieces may be arranged to form two snub octahedra (14-sided figures that Wheeler called tetrakaidecahedra) or as a cube.
A mark on the model reads: 765. Another mark reads: Cube containing a Tetrakaidecahedron (/) April 1931. A third mark reads: Jan-10-1930.
Compare MA.304723.300, MA.304723.323 (box only) and MA.304723.476.
There is a drawing entitled "Cube Separabled into two Tetrakaidekahedra" and dated March 1, 1930 in 1979.3002.40.
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