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Make sure your rose-tinted glasses are on nice and tight, and prepare for a lovely walk down nostalgia lane.
There were no d10's either. The d20 was labeled 0-9 twice (fit 2 digits on a die face? IMPOSSIBLE!) so you colored one half of the numbers white and the other half red. It acted as your D10, and if you needed a d20, you declared one color to be +10 before you rolled.
These dice were made out of pretty soft plastic, and after 25 years, most of mine don't even stop rolling anymore. No more corners.
This has been a bout of nostalgia.
Go away now.