Albums  (Symbols & Figurines)

In pre computer era these albums were in use by correspondence players for storing positions. The plug in pieces can exist of equally formed plates with symbols or according their meaning formed figurines.

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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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  • Germany, "Rajah Serieskak" (symbols)
  • Mid to late 20th century
  • Plastic pieces 2.1×1.2
  • Album 19.6×12.5×2.7

You can keep 12 games in it

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  • Germany, "Rajah Serieskak" (figurines)
  • Mid to late 20th century
  • Plastic pieces K 2.4×1.1; p 2.1×1.1
  • Album 19.6×12.5×2.3

You can keep 8 games in it

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  • Germany, "Schach-archiv"
  • Mid to late 20th century
  • Plastic pieces K 2.2×1.0; p 2.0×1.0
  • Album 23.7×17.8×3.8

You can keep 7 games in it, but it is flexible