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Square Chess Pin

$5.99 $2.99
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Square Chess Pin 1 inch x 1 inch
WARNING: May Contain Small Parts.

Our newest Chess Pin is enameled to add color and depicts three chess pieces on a chessboard. This 1 x 1 inch square pin has a clasp back, making it easy to wear on clothing or put on a chess bag or backpack.

One Year Warranty against manufacturer defects.

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  • 5
    Square Chess Pin

    Posted by ChessMomTD on 26th Jan 2017

    These were popular, and we could sell them for more than we paid for a way to help our club make money. The enamel look is nice. Adults as well as students liked them.

  • 4
    Square Chess Pin 4 Stars

    Posted by marie from providence, ri on 28th Apr 2013

    nice tie tac.... good gold color

  • 4
    Square Chess Pin 4 Stars

    Posted by Adan from Laredo on 28th Apr 2013

    I ordered this and put it on my chess bag because I thought it would look cool on it. However, somewhere throughout my day at a tournament, it fell off and i lost it. I'm pretty sure it was my fault for not being careful as I do move around a lot. So if u do plan to put it on a chess bag AND you know you do move around a lot with it, just be careful and every once in a while check to make sure its still there. Other than that, great pin and I wish i sill had it! =P

  • 5
    Square Chess Pin 5 Stars

    Posted by andrew from henderson on 28th Apr 2013

    A high quality pin that is large enogh to show proudly. Got great compliments at the chess.com meetup.