"Coffeehouse" sets of Germany are less common as the Vienna ones. There were several makers in the Ore Mountains like Uhlig and Wittig. The first set listed here is a real beauty and probably made by either one of those makers. The box is original I think, because it is periodical, made as chess box and fits the set very well. But I'm not 100% sure, as others could not tell me.
The "Coffeehouse" set from Oberlausitz came together with the "Régence" set in the same sideway sliding box. Like that "Régence" set it can be Polish, a few km from Oberlausitz.
Set 3 is a wartimes poverty set, always sold as glass. I have seen them in war boxes for he war front. I call this rather common set "Coffeehouse inspired", but is that designed so!?
- Germany, Ore Mountains, maybe by Uhlig or Wittig, "coffeehouse"
- ca. 1930
- Wood K 9.9; p 4.7
- Box 24.8×13.6×7.7
- Germany, Oberlausitz, "coffeehouse"
- ca. 1925
- Maple K 6.6; p 3.0
- Box 19.2×12.4×6.4
- Germany, "coffeehouse inspired"
- ca. 1940
- Glass K 5.1; p 2.7