CBS News — The medieval chess board game set goes for $3,200 online for the first time.
The game, which was designed by the French-Canadian designer Pierre-Auguste Chalmers, features the iconic French castle, the castle of Anjou, the medieval city of Caen, and the medieval town of Tours.
The set includes 40 chess pieces, six sets of 18 knights, two sets of six knights, six knights with four bells, four bells with two bells, two bells with one bell, four knights with three bells, six clocks, two swords, two shields, and a miniature clock.
The sets comes with everything needed to play the game.
The board, chess pieces and the board itself.
The online sales page for the game says the sets will be available through Nov. 2.