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Chess Relies of Europe and China to Go on Display Here

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Fifteen rare and unusual chess sets, recently arrived from England, will be shown for the first time in this country in an exhibition on the second floor of the Semitic Museum from next Monday through Sunday, December 1.

The sets, all made during the 18th and 19th centuries, come from China, India, Morrocco, Germany, and France. One of the French sets, made in 1720, shows Oliver Cromwell and Louis XIII as opposing kings.

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