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2281. 1934 ZURICH. A.Alekhine: Internationales und 37.Schweizerisches Schachturnier.

Schachgesellschaft Zurich (1935.) 1st Edn. Original cream cloth, a little discoloured o/w G. 275pp., illus. 120 games annotated by Alekhine. A nicely produced book of a strong tournament - 1 Alekhine 2-3 Euwe, Flohr 4 Bogoljubow 5 Lasker. LN 5485. SIGNED BY FRED REINFELD, 1935. 90.00


479. 1951 BOTVINNIK-BRONSTEIN. Winter (W.) & R.G.Wade: The World Chess Championship 1951.

Turnstile Press 1951. 1st Edn. VG,d/w (jacket spine yellowed). 133pp.,illus., 24 annotated games. Result 5-5 plus 14 draws, Botvinnik retaining his title. Signed presentation from R.G.Wade to Martin Blaine. (Blaine was a member of Hampstead chess club and a strong county player.) 20.00


4860. BRONSTEIN (D.): (200 Open Games) in Russian.

Moscow 1970. 1st Edn. Cloth-backed boards, VG. 248pp. Signed by Bronstein on title-page, dated 7.12.74. The Inscription above is partly crossed through. 50.00


4180. Howard (K.S.): The Enjoyment of Chess Problems.

Bell Publ, US 1951. 2nd Edn Revised. G. 222pp. Covers all the main terms and themes and illustrated by 200 of the author's own problems. Signed by C.S.Kipping on endpaper. 10.00


42. Meyer (H.F.L.): A Complete Guide to the Game of Chess, from the Alphabet to the Solution and Construction of Problems.

Griffith & Farran 1882. 1st Edn. Original red cloth, slight wear to head and foot of spine o/w VG. 283pp. Includes some games, historical notes, index of authors, and a great deal on problems (96 diagrams). An unusual work using "Universal Notation." LN 1018. A nice inscription from the author to Hermann Bennecke, dated Dec 24, 1892. Also a few notes to text by the author. 90.00


3188. PHILLIPS (A.): Chess: 60 Years on with Caissa and Friends.

Caissa Editions, US 2003. F. p/b. 144pp., illus. 200 games with brief notes and comments, of which over 100 are Phillips' own games, the remainder of his British contemporaries such as Thomas, Alexander, Golombek, Penrose, Clarke, Barden etc. (A.) (Another copy: Inscribed by author on title-page. 18.00) 12.00