Rook to Knight 4...
Play a game of chess or checkers with this vintage game board set from the 1940s!
Of course, you don't have to play the games to enjoy this set - the retro graphics on the box cover make it a great piece to use as decor in a family game room. Display the game as is, or turn each piece into a work of art - great for assemblage and altered art projects.
Please see item condition below.
This game board set is in very good vintage condition. The bottom of the box is missing, so this listing includes only the box top and other components. The all four corners on the box top have split, as shown, and were taped together at one point. This could actually work to your advantage, as you can lay the box top completely flat and are able to see the sides - or, you could retape the corners to make the box top complete again. All the plastic chess pieces are included. The instructions state that you could pour plaster of Paris into the chess pieces to make them heavier - clever! The checker pieces are made of wood. All the black checker pieces are included, and all but one of the red checker pieces are there. There is an extra checker piece that hasn't been painted, and could be used for the missing red piece. There are two additional black checker pieces included - must be from another set. The original instructions are include and are in good condition. The folding chess / checker board is in very good condition, with only very minor scuff marks on it from the pieces being moved over it. Please use the ZOOM tool to get a close up view of this item and its condition.
- 1 Harlequin Plastic Chess and Checker Set (as shown)
- Product Material: Cardstock, Heavy Board, Plastic, Wood, Paper
- Product Colors: Red, Black, Gold
- Product Dimensions: box is 15-3/4" x 8-1/4" x 1-1/2"; chess pieces are approximately 1-3/4" to 3" tall; checker pieces are 1" diameter
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