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Has anybody ever seen a chess set like this? I think it is plastic and not bone. However, it looks awesome. Any info. would be great. Maybe even appraisal value?
I know my dad bought in on a buying trip to France. It looks to be very old.
made in china
Interesting, because I have been told by a reputable dealer that this is bone and from Ecuador with a value of 300- 400? Its not made in china. It is handmade.
CHINA HAS BONE TOO.
MAYBE 400 PESOS
After further inspection, the black squares represents several Ecuadorian monuments. It actually gives the name of each monument. I dont think its from China or Mexico. I am still trying to find out more about this set if anybody see's this. I also think that it is possible that it is made from vegetable ivory or the Tagua nut.
SOME NUT MADE IT
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