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Reproduction of the Post 1870 Mahogany Slide-Top Chess Box - Library Size

The Post 1870 Library Slide Top Chess Box is the most economical way to protect your chess pieces. It comes with a removable red pillow lining that allows it to hold a set of unwrapped Library-size Jaques Reproductions chess pieces, 2.875" or less. The box will hold the extra Queens if packed carefully, but is designed for the originals, which are two Queen sets.
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Description / Reproduction of the Post 1870 Mahogany Slide-Top Chess Box - Library Size

The Post 1870 Library Slide Top Chess Box is the most economical way to protect your chess pieces. It comes with a removable red pillow lining that allows it to hold a set of unwrapped Library-size Jaques Reproductions chess pieces, 2.875" or less. The box will hold the extra Queens if packed carefully, but is designed for the originals, which are two Queen sets.
Features:

  • Convenient Slide Top lid for easy access and secured storage of your chess pieces.
  • A plaque with Howard Staunton's signature and information on the lid of the Chess Box.
  • Holds a set of Library-Sized Jaques Reproduction chess pieces (32 pieces excluding extra Queens) with King Heights 2.875" or less.
  • Beautiful red interior of the Chess Box separates it from the rest.

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Woods Used Mahogany
Box Dimensions 6" x 5" x 2.75"
Fits King Height Up To 2.875"
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