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The game, then called "Criss Cross Words", was first produced in small numbers starting in 1938. Alfred Mosher Butts, the game's inventor, unsuccessfully tried to sell the game to major manufacturers.
In 1948, the name was changed to "Scrabble".
J. W. Spear & Sons (now a subsidiary of Mattel) began selling the game in Australia and the UK on January 19, 1955.
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