Below so-called 4-sided dreidels

A dreidel (Yiddish: דרײדל‎ dreydl plural: dreydlekh,[1] Hebrew: סביבון‎‎ sevivon) is a four-sided spinning top, played with during the Jewish holiday of Hanukkah.
The dreidel is a Jewish variant on the teetotum, a gambling toy found in many European cultures.
Each side of the dreidel bears a letter of the Hebrew alphabet: נ‎ (Nun), ג‎ (Gimel), ה‎ (He), ש‎ (Shin), which together form the acronym for "נס גדול היה שם‎"
(Nes Gadol Hayah Sham – "a great miracle happened there").
These letters were originally a mnemonic for the rules of a gambling game played with a dreidel: Nun stands for the Yiddish word nisht ("nothing"),
He stands for halb ("half"), Gimel for gants ("all"), and Shin for shtel ayn ("put in").
In Israel, the fourth side of most dreidels is inscribed with the letter פ‎ (Pei) instead, rendering the acronym, נס גדול היה פה‎, Nes Gadol Hayah Poh—"A great miracle happened here",
referring to the miracle occurring in the Land of Israel. Some stores in Haredi neighborhoods sell the ש‎ dreidels. (reference: Wikipedia)

[0046] Wooden dreidel, Israel, 48x29 mm

[0442 x4] Small brass dreidels, Israel, 30x14 mm

[0443] Brass dreidel, Israel, 28x34 mm

[0488] A large dreidel made of olive wood, Israel, 66x38 mm

[0489] A large hand painted wooden dreidel, 71x39 mm

[0490] Silver dreidel, Jerusalem, Israel, 67x37 mm

[0491] A very large glass dreidel, Jerusalem, Israel, 96x45 mm

[0492] Marble dreidel that I found in the synagoge in Florence (Italy), 52x24 mm

[0493] Wooden dreidel, Jerusalem, Israel, 47x42 mm

[0505] Silver dreidel, Jerusalem, Israel, 31x13 mm

[0506] Silver dreidel, Jerusalem, Israel, 41x17 mm

[0507] Superb antique ivory/bone dreidel that I bought in Jerusalem, Israel, 65x32 mm

[0579 x2] Two large hollow metal dreidels, Israel, 79x75 mm

[0582 x2] Two wooden dreidels, Israel, 46x20 mm

[0590 x2] Two brass dreidels, Israel, 40.5x18.2 mm

[0763] Silver dreidel with inscription 925, Jerusalem, Israel, 43x25 mm

[0764 x2] Glass dreidels, Israel, 39x19 mm

[0765 x6] Plastic dreidels, Israel, 43x20 and 35x16 mm

[0766 x4] Wooden dreidels, Israel, 38x18 mm

[0767] large wooden dreidel, Israel, 69x34 mm