Whenever your looking to buy Chess Trophies and awards, always check Trophiesales.com first. Our prices are cheap(er) and the service is always great. If you give us a chance, we know we will become your go to online professional supplier of Chess Trophies . www.trophiesales.com prides itself on being able to provide our customers the best prices on Chess Trophies. We're able to negotiate great prices on many Chess Trophies and then we pass those savings on to you. That's why were always cheap(er)!
Although trophiesales.com is not the biggest Chess trophy producers in this country, we are sure cheap(er). It doesn't matter what type of Chess trophy, Chess medal or Chess plaque that you are looking to buy. All of these Chess awards can be found on our website.
Since 1975, our parent company All American Trophy has processed thousands of Chess trophies orders. Our Client list includes the Chicago Fire Soccer Team and being the largest awards supplier for the Chicago Public School system (including their JROTC program which is one of the largest in the nation). We know what we're doing and we're happy to pass our knowledge and service on to you. You will always encounter a friendly, professional Chess trophies supplier who is eager to provide you with assistance.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I Buy a Chess trophy, Chess medal or Chess plaque online?
Choose the Chess awards you would like. Now complete the order form and submit. Please note that our checkout process uses SSL encryption for your security.
How do I buy a Chess trophy on the telephone?
Just call us at 708-535-9104. A professional Chess trophies representative is available Monday through Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Central Standard Time and Saturday 8:30 am -12:30 pm
What type of credit cards do you accept for Chess trophies orders?
Visa, Mastercard, and Discover..
How do I get my Chess trophies delivered?
All our Chess awards are shipped by UPS.( US only)
Chess Trophy Information:
Chess is a recreational and competitive game played between two players. The game of chess is played on a square chequered chessboard with 64 squares arranged in an eight-by-eight square. The tradition of organized competitive chess started in the sixteenth century. One of the goals of early computer scientists was to create a chess-playing machine, and today's chess is deeply influenced by the abilities of current chess programs and by the possibility to play online. In the Middle Ages and during the Renaissance, chess was a part of noble culture; it was used to teach war strategy and was dubbed the "King's Game". Beautiful chess sets used by the aristocracy of the time are mostly lost, but some of the surviving examples, like the twelfth century Lewis chessmen, are of high artistic quality.