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19th or 20th ?

Germany or Austria, "Régence alike"
19th century?
Boxwood K 9.7; p 4.5
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Mongolia
19th-20th century
Wood K 4.4; p 1.7-2.0
Box 17.4×9.1×7.4
Each side has, traditionally, a male and a female camel and horse
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China, Canton, "Staunton"
Late 19th to early 20th century
Ivory K 7.0; p 2.8
Box 16.0×10.0×6.4
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France or Netherlands, "Régence"
Late 19th or early 20th century
Boxwood K 9.1; p 4.5
Belonged to Dutch chess player
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Germany or France?, "Régence"
Late 19th or early 20thcentury
Boxwood K 9.1; p 4.5
Bought in England
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France?, "Régence"
Late 19th or early 20th century
Boxwood K 8.4; p 4.3
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Germany, "Selenus" (Eng: "Tulip")
Early 20th (late 19th?) century
Bone (or Ivory?) K 8.6; p 3.2
Box 20.9×13.2×6.2
Board 31.6×31.6
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Engeland, by Jaques? "St. George"
Early 20th century (or earlier?)
Boxwood K 8.5; p 3.6
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England, for blind people
Early 20th century (or earlier?)
Wood pieces 2.0 (pin is 1.5; top at white is 0.3)
Original box 20.7×6.8×5.2
Board 32.5×22.3×2.8
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Germany, "Silhouette"
Early 20th (late 19th?) century
Wood K 6.9; p 4.7