Jaques Staunton Chess Set, 1920s-30s
A Jaques Staunton Weighted Boxwood & Ebony Chess Set, 1920s-30s
both kings stamped JAQUES LONDON in red around the rim of the bases, in a hinged box with a green label: GENUINE Staunton Chessmen...Howard Staunton's facsimile signature...J. JAQUES & SON, LTD., LONDON, ENGLAND
King: 10cm (just under 4 inches high)
Pawn: 5.4cm high
Box: 21cm wide
Stock Reference: AS 1847
Reference: Sir Alan Fersht, Jaques and British Chess Company Chess Sets, page 11, figure 8 for an identical green label
A Note From Luke
Decent Jaques Staunton from the 1920s- 30s period, with the king coming in at just under 4 inches high. This classic pattern was first patented by the firm of Jaques (London) in 1849. The width of the King's base is 4.6cm.
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