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unknown origin (Russia?)
ca. 1920-1940
Hippopotamus ivory K 8.3; p 4.5
The set was sold to me as Russian, ca. 1920, sperm whale
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Russia, "Russian tournament"
ca. 1940
Wood K 10.0; p 5.1
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Russia, by Carbolite company
1940-1950
Carbolite (russian bakelite) K 6.8; p 4.0
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Russia? "Staunton"
mid 20th century (pre WWII?)
Plastic (Carbolite?) pieces K 7.0; p 3.6
Box 15.7×11.7×5.3
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Russia, Leningrad
ca. 1955
Plastic K 1.4; p 1.1
Box 12.5×10.1×2.9
Board 8.7×8.9
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Russia, "Russian tournament"
Mid to late 20th century
Wood K 6.6; p 3.6
Box/Board 34.0×17.2×4.9
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Russia, "Carved"
ca. 1980
Wood K 10.5-11.0; p 6.0-6.6
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Russia
ca. 1980
Plastic K 11.0; p 6.7
Box/board 47.0×23.5×6.2
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Russia
Late 20th century
Plastic K 9.0; p 5.1
Box/Board 39.8×20.0×5.5
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Russia
20th century
Plastic pieces 2.0×1.2
Wallet 14.2×9.9×0.6
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Russia, Gzhel
1986
Porcelain K 7.2; p 4.3
Board 31.8×31.3×4.1
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Russia, "Russian tournament", politic faces
1987
Wood K 7.4; p 4.4
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Russia, "Matrioska"
1997
Birch K 10.8; p 5.8
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Russia, Moscow, by Chess Sets Gallery, "Barleycorn"
2005
Pear K 13.0; p 5.2
Cassette/board 45.5×45.5×7.3
Design by Oleg Raikis, inspired by the Barleycorn type
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