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    Hello Jim
    I have you book "Making Wooden Chess Sets" on page 29 you say the "According to the Staunton standard the pieces should be weighted" And you say to used lead shot or something else to add weight. But you dint say how much each piece should weigh or is there a set about you add to each piece. Thank you for your help.
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