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Vintage

1920s German Game Box

maxwell's 9.13.34 llc

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1920s German Game Box
1920s German Game Box
1920s German Game Box
1920s German Game Box
1920s German Game Box
1920s German Game Box

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1910-1950
Condition:
Very Good; lock partially removed, some wear to wood & pearl inlay
Country of Origin:
Germany
Materials:
wood/pearl/metal/paper
Size:
14" L x 9.75" W x 4.5" H
Color/Finish:
brown/silver/multi

Why We Love This

Wooden box containing four sets of playing cards, wooden chess set in a removable custom slide case, 24 wooden checkers, three dice, 36 ivory dice with tiny brass nails on wood, assorted resin tiddly-winks, miniature Deutschmarks in eight German bonbon tins, four lift-out mitered wooden storage boxes, a hinged fold-out chess and checkerboard and a key (although the lock is not functional).
As described by maxwell's 9.13.34 llc

About maxwell's 9.13.34 llc

At Maxwell's 9.13.34 we believe the home expresses an individual’s personality and style. Because of their heritage and craftsmanship, antiques are our specialty, and we marry them with the new for a fresh and eclectic result. Our offerings include furniture, accessories, stationery, books, and linens. We hope that you will enjoy our finds and select some of them as life-long partners on your quest to create not just your house, but your home.

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