Fitted Briefcase Chess Box - Mahogany

The House of Staunton Fitted Briefcase in Mahogany provides the ultimate level of protection for your Chessmen. Unlike traditional Chess boxes, where the Chess pieces are stacked on top of each other while not in use, the Fitted Briefcase provides each of the Chess pieces their own individual form-fitted compartment. When the Chessmen are secured in the Fitted Briefcase, there is no movement whatsoever and the only way your Chess pieces will be damaged is if it something pierces the actual Chess box. This fitted briefcase is designed to hold 34 chessmen, which includes the two extra queens included with every House of Staunton Chess Set.
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    The House of Staunton Fitted Briefcase in Mahogany provides the ultimate level of protection for your Chessmen. Unlike traditional Chess boxes, where the Chess pieces are stacked on top of each other while not in use, the Fitted Briefcase provides each of the Chess pieces their own individual form-fitted compartment. When the Chessmen are secured in the Fitted Briefcase, there is no movement whatsoever and the only way your Chess pieces will be damaged is if it something pierces the actual Chess box. This fitted briefcase is designed to hold 34 chessmen, which includes the two extra queens included with every House of Staunton Chess Set.
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    ISBN Does not apply
    Woods Used Mahogany
    Box Dimensions 17.0” x 17.0” x 4.0"
    Fits King Height Up To 4.4" - Including 2 Additional Queens
    Shopworn No
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