Staunton and alike (73)

Antique sets

England, by Jaques, "Staunton" ("late Anderssen")
ca. 1870
Boxwood + ebony K 7.4; p 3.7
Box 16.0×11.6×6.8
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England, "Staunton"
Late 19th century
Boxwood + ebony K 6.5; p 3.5
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England, by B&Co. London, "Staunton"
Late 19th century
Boxwood + ebony K 7.4; p 4.0
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China, Canton, "Staunton"
ca. 1880
Ivory K 11.3; p 5.2
Box 17.3×13.8×12.3
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China, Canton, "Staunton"
Late 19th to early 20th century
Ivory K 7.0; p 2.8
Box 16.0×10.0×6.4
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China, "Staunton"
ca. 1880
Ivory K 3.6; p 1.6
Board 15.9×15.9×1.0 (open)
Germany, "Staunton"
ca. 1900
Ivory K 8.4; p 3.9
Box 15.8×11.2×6.7
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Germany, is it Uhlig?, "Staunton"
ca. 1900
Ivory K 7.6; p 4.5
Cassette 37.1×33.3×5.3
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Germany, by Uhlig, "Staunton"
Early 20th century
Bone K 7.0; p 3.2
Box 18.2×12.0×6.8
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Netherlands or Germany, by Uhlig? "Staunton"
ca. 1900
Bone K 5.6; p 3.1
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USA, "Staunton"
ca. 1920
Bone K 5.1; p 2.7
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Germany, Ore Mountains, "Staunton"
ca. 1925
Resin K 5.5; p 3.0
Box/board 27.1×26.8×5.3
Resin from Leuna Chemiewerke
Pieces turned by Firma Zänker in Rothenthal
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Very nice old sets

Germany, "Staunton"
ca. 1930
Boxwood + ebony K 10.3; p 5.2
Box/board 56.5×43.6×4.9 (open)
There is no makers name nor any mark on Knights or Rooks,
so I think the set has been made for the continent
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England, by Jaques, "Staunton" ("Broadbent")
ca. 1935
Boxwood + ebony K 9.7; p 5.3
Box 21.8×16.8×10.8
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Plastic sets (most are old)

France, "Staunton"
ca. 1920
Galalith or Bakelite K 3.2; p 2.5
Box 37.0×26.8×7.7
Board 21.5×21.5
Set "Made in France" for "Juegos y juguetes", "Arnau", "Fernando 18 Barcelona"
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France, "Staunton"
ca. 1920
Galalith or Bakelite K 3.2; p 2.5
Box 30.0×24.0×7.0
Board 20.0×20.0
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France, "Staunton"
ca. 1920
Galalith K 7.7; p 3.7
Cassette 31.0×24.7×4.5
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England, "Staunton"
ca. 1920
Galalith K 5.7; p 2.9
Box 14.0×7.5×7.2
Board 26.7(31.7)×25.9
Pieces are probably made by Uhlig
England, by F.H.Ayres, "Staunton"
ca. 1930
Catalin K 7.6; p 3.5
Box 18.2×13.3×6.8
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England, by Grays of Cambridge, "Silette Chess"
ca. 1935
Catalin K 6.2; p 3.4
Box 17.0×9.4×6.7
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Argentina, Buenos Aires, "Magistral", "Staunton"
1939
fenolit/bakelite K 9.4; p 5.0
Box 26.1×17.5×8.9
Made for Olympiad of Buenos Aires in 1939
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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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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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England, "Staunton"
ca. 1950
Plastic K 7.4; p 4.1
Box 16.4×14.6×6.7
Board 44.2×44.2×0.9
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Spain, by Escardibul in Barcelona, "Stawton n.º 4"
1960
Plastic K 7.1; p 4.3
Box 19.0×11.8×7.1
Board 43.4×43.2×41.2
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England, by House Martin, "Staunton"
20th century
Plastic K 7.0; p 3.2
Original box 17.4×9.0×4.0
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Lead sets: "The Rose Chess", another one much alike (but more Staunton alike) and a Britain set

England, "The Rose Chess"
1941
Lead K 6.4; p 3.0
Box 11.0×9.0×3.8
Large "Rose" model in medium sized box with: "Prov. Patent 5280/41"
All pieces stamped at bottom with just "MADE IN"+"ENGLAND" (in 1 or 2 lines)
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England, "The Rose Chess"
1941
Lead K 6.4; p 3.0
Box 11.0×9.0×3.8
Large "Rose" model in medium sized box with: "Prov. Patent 5280/41"
All pieces stamped at bottom with just "MADE IN"+"ENGLAND" (in 1 or 2 lines)
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England, "The Rose Chess"
ca. 1942
Lead K 6.4; p 3.0
Box 17.8×11.7×3.6
Large "Rose" model in large sized box with: "PROV. PAT.No 5280" and "NO. 1 SET"
All pieces stamped at bottom with (parts of) "ROSE", "MADE IN"+"ENGLAND" (in 1 or 2 lines) and "P/PAT.5280"
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England, "The Rose Chess"
ca. 1942
Lead K 6.4; p 3.0
Box 17.8×11.7×3.6
Large "Rose" model in large sized box with: "PROV. PAT.No 5280" and "NO. 1 SET"
All pieces stamped at bottom with (parts of) "ROSE", "MADE IN"+"ENGLAND" (in 1 or 2 lines) and "P/PAT.5280"
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England, "The Rose Chess"
ca. 1942
Lead K 5.1; p 2.8
Box 11.0×9.0×3.8
Small "Rose" model in medium sized box with: "PROV. PAT.No 5280" and "NO.1 SET"
All pieces stamped at bottom with (parts of) "ROSE", "MADE IN ENGLAND" (in 1 line only) and "P/PAT.5280"
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England, "The Rose Chess"
ca. 1942
Lead K 5.1; p 2.8
Box 10.8×7.1×3.4
Small "Rose" model in small sized box with: "PATENT No 546516"
Most major pieces (pawns not) stamped at bottom with (parts of) "ROSE", "MADE IN ENGLAND" and "P/PAT.5280" !!
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England, "The Rose Chess"
ca. 1942
Lead K 5.1; p 2.8
Box 10.8×7.1×3.4
Small "Rose" model in small sized box with: "PATENT No 546516"
Most major pieces (pawns not) stamped at bottom with (parts of) "ROSE", "MADE IN ENGLAND" and "P/PAT.5280" !!
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England, "Staunton" (in Rose Chess manner)
ca. 1942
Lead K 6.4; p 2.9
Box 18.0x11.7x3.4
Pieces not stamped
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England, "Staunton" (in Rose Chess manner)
ca. 1942
Lead K 6.4; p 2.9
Pieces not stamped
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England, by Britain, "Staunton"
ca. 1940
Lead K 5.0; p 2.9

 

War time sets

Germany, handmade (with a knife, not on a lathe) in a concentration camp during WWII
ca. 1942
Maple pieces K 7.6; p 4.2
Canvas board 49.0×48.7
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Germany, "Silhouette"
mid 20th century?
Wood K 4.2; p 2.5
Original box 23.0×5.1×2.8
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Ordinary playing sets from different manufacturers

Netherlands?
1960?
Wood K 8.6; p 4.4
Box 20.9×14.0×6.8
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France, "Staunton"
1968
Fruitwood + rosewood K 8.5; p 4.1
Box 21.2×13.5×7.0
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France, "Staunton"
1970
Boxwod K 7.5; p 3.5
Box 19.4×10.1×6.6
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Belgium, Anvers
Mid 20th century
Boxwood K 7.4; p 3.6
Box 16.8×11.3×7.0
Board 39.3×39.3×2.1 (not pictured)
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Germany, by Hans Hempfling or Bohemia? "Staunton"
before 1977
Boxwood K 8.8; p 4.4
Box 20.0×12.9×8.0
Lardy pattern also made by Hempfling, Bohemia, Homas, etc.
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Germany, by Hans Hempfling in Nuremberg, "Staunton"
before 1977
Boxwood K 8.6; p 3.9
Box 20.0×13.3×7.7
Lardy pattern also made by Hempfling, Bohemia, Homas, etc.
Logo on box is Hempfling
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Germany, "Staunton"
ca. 1980
Boxwood K 9.1; p 4.5
Box 20.0×13.0×7.0
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Netherlands, by Homas, "Nr. 2 Staunton"
ca. 1980
Wood K 6.9; p 3.3
Box 20.6×10.6×9.0
Lardy pattern also made by Hempfling, Bohemia, Homas, etc.
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France, by Chavet Chess, "Staunton"
2000
Wood K 7.5; p 3.6
Box 18.0×11.4×6.8
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India, "Staunton"
ca. 2000
Wood K 10.0; p 5.7
Box/board 50.1×25.2×5.7
Set is in a case
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Philippines

Philippines, Quezon, "Staunton"
1980
Wood K 11.5; p 5.8
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"Russian tournament" sets

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, "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, "Russian tournament", politic faces
1987
Wood K 7.4; p 4.4
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Stone and horn sets

China
1978
Soapstone (Jade?) K 6.9; p 4.3
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Colombia
1970
Horn K 9.2; p 3.9