Old 1930s Latvia Carved Wooden Chess Set Full With Board Vintage Antique
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Old 1930s Latvia Carved Wooden Chess Set Full With Board Vintage Antique:
This sale is for a vintage
wooden chess set made in around 1920-40s, Latvia. The
set is original and full, the board is not from this set. Shows some signs of use - the black king is missing the top. The pieces are not weighted. See pictures above for more details.
Size of the board: 29x29cm
Kings height: 8cm, bottom d=2.5cm.
Pawns height: 4cm
Horses height: 6cm
Weight of the set with board: 610 grams.
Default delivery is registered mail (The online tracking works in countries that support international tracking numbers, please, contact me if you want the tracking number);
The shipping cost is based on real postal rates and is calculated as follows:
<100grams - 5$;
100-250g - 7$;
250-500g - 11$;
500-1000g - 17$;
I do combine shipping for multiple items whenever it is possible. After winning multiple sales contact me or send a request for total to recieve a shipping discount;
Delivery within Latvia is cheaper, local pickup is for free;
I will ship items within 5 business days after recieving payment. (I usually activate "Mark as shipped" on the day I have shipped the package);
Latvia: 1-3 days;
Europe: 1-2 weeks;
Rest of the World: 2-4 weeks (The shipping time is also affected by weather conditions and by how fast the package clears international customs).
If more than 30 days have passed and You still have not recieved Your item(s), please, contact me.
Prefered payment method is PayPal, for any other, please, contact me before offerding;
Payment is expected within 7 days after the sale has ended. If You need more time or have any problems with clearing the payment, please, contact me. This sale has price set;
If anything has gone wrong with the transaction or there are any other problems, please, contact me;
Item returns are accepted only with sufficient reasons. (Damaged in mail, or wrong item sent);
If You have any questions, please, ask!