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« on: April 20, 2009, 02:16PM »
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Quote from: knighted on April 19, 2009, 08:06PM   

i only started collecting chess computers in last 3 months or so. so far i,ve aquired fidelity MSC missing chess pieces. Saitek Kasparov Talking Coach. Excalibur Kingmaster 2 in 1. Radio Shack 1650 . last fidelity checker challanger. my most important chess set i have belonged to my father it,s resin he weighted with plaster of paris and then felted. pieces are very detailed and i have,nt seen any set close to it. they,re about 45-50 yrs old now. and i,d be interested in finding out who made them. do other members collect chess sets besides chess computers.  James


Hello James,

Welcome to the group. Please post a photo of the set. Someone might recognize it. You might try doing a Google image search for "antique resin chess sets". It turns up some interesting results. Also check out:

http://houseofstaunton.com/lewis.html

Good luck with your collections.

Best regards,
Marko

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i only started collecting chess computers in last 3 months or so. so far i,ve aquired fidelity MSC missing chess pieces. Saitek Kasparov Talking Coach. Excalibur Kingmaster 2 in 1. Radio Shack 1650 . last fidelity checker challanger. my most important chess set i have belonged to my father it,s resin he weighted with plaster of paris and then felted. pieces are very detailed and i have,nt seen any set close to it. they,re about 45-50 yrs old now. and i,d be interested in finding out who made them. do other members collect chess sets besides chess computers.  James
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