US

USA
ca. 1910
Enamelled brass pieces Ø 1.4
Box 11.6×22.9×2.6
Board 21.5×21.5 (inside border)
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USA, "Staunton"
ca. 1920
Bone K 5.1; p 2.7
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USA, by Gallant Knight, "Staunton"
ca. 1940
Plastic K 7.0; p 3.6
Original box 26.0×13.6×5.4
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USA, by Gallant Knight, "Staunton"
ca. 1940
Plastic K 7.0; p 3.6
Box (not original) 23.2×18.3×3.9
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USA, by Drueke, "Staunton"
ca. 1940
Plastic K 5.9; p 3.3
Box (not original) 23.2×18.3×3.9
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USA, "Play Kit"
ca. 1940
Plastic pieces Ø 1.5 and 0.3 high
Genuine leather case ca 13.8×10.3×3.6
Board 17.2×17.2
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USA, by Chess Review in New York
ca. 1955
Cardboard pieces 2.2×1.2
Album 19.5×14.7×2.3
You can keep 6 games in it
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USA
Mid 20th century
Plastic K 1.0; p 1.0
Box 17.0×11.6×2.3
Board 10.2×10.3
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USA, by Disney Corporation, "Micky Mouse"
ca. 1970
Pewter K 6.9; p 3.6
Cassette/board 36.2×36.2×7.5
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USA, Terry & Esi Ostovar in Ashland, Oregon
1980
Ceramic K 7.8-8.3; p 4.6-5.1
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USA
1980
Ceramic K 10.7; p 7.5
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USA
1980
Ceramic K 10.8; p 7.4
USA
Late 20th century
Ceramic K 10.2; p 7.0
USA, by U.S. Chess Federation
Late 20th century
Plastic pieces Ø 1.5
Wallet 16.7×17.2×0.9
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unknown origin, but mostly seen in USA
Bought in a 2nd hand shop in the Netherlands in 2010, but set must be older
Ceramic K 14.0; p 8.0