Spain. The 1st Spanish travel set in this list is one of my favourites, in spite of the fact that some pawns and possibly a red knight could be old replacements. I love the simple form of the pieces and think it is a real beauty. The board is less impressive and has the clasp replaced, but does it's job well.
- ca. 1900
- Boxwood K 5.0; p 2.6
- Box/board 17.9×8.9×3.4 (closed)
Spain. The 2nd travel set does have neat pieces in the "Staunton" style. The lacquer has been unaffected, so I think it was never played with. I bought both travel sets in the same antique shop in Barcelona.
- Spain, "Staunton"
- Mid 20th century
- Boxwood K 3.1; p 1.8
- Box/board 15.2×7.1×2.5 (closed)
Spain. This plastic set is in the "Staunton" style, but the box states "Stawton n.° 4". That is typical a naming by Escardibul in Barcelona and I'm pretty sure it is made by them, although not 100%. "Ajedrez" is Spanish for chess.
- Spain, by Escardibul in Barcelona, "Stawton n.º 4"
- Plastic K 7.1; p 4.3
- Box 19.0×11.8×7.1
- Board 43.4×43.2×41.2
Spain. The typical Spanish design of the playing set does have some Régence and Staunton influences, but stands completely on its own. I bought the set on a flew market in Barcelona for little money. Probably the set has never been used, considering the condition.
- Spain, Spanish design
- Boxwood K 5.9; p 3.6
- Box 18.3×10.4×6.8
Spain. This tiny chess set was a gift of a friend, who had bought it in Spain long ago. Most likely this set is a doll house set. Too small to play with. It is the smallest in my collection.
- Spain, miniature
- Boxwood K 1.6; p 0.9
- Box 4.2×3.0×1.5
- Board 6.2×6.0×0.5