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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


3195. 1938 BOSTON (Open Champ.): Year Book of the American Chess Federation Volume 4, 1939.

ACF, 1939. p/b. VG. 72pp., illus. 34 games selected and annotated by Reinfeld. LN 5578. Masters' Final - 1-2 Horowitz, Kashdan. Signed dedication on endpaper from George Koltanowski to F.J.Weinhart, who beat Koltanowski in a simultaneous display in 1945. Weinhart's scoresheet is loosely included, and a newspaper cutting about the display is pasted in. 40.00


1181. 1949 MOSCOW (17th USSR Ch.): XVII pervenstvo SSSR po shakhmatam.

Moscow, 1952. Original cloth-backed boards, very worn. 315pp. 190 games. 1-2 Smyslov, Bronstein 3-4 Geller, Taimanov. LN 5775. (Another copy: Covers a bit worn, SIGNED BY BRONSTEIN on front endpaper. 50.00 ) 15.00


50. BOTVINNIK (M.M.): One Hundred Selected Games.

Macgibbon & Kee 1951. 1st English Edn. Spine slightly faded, one corner bumped o/w G. 272pp., including his article on the Russian and Soviet school of chess. Slight crease to top corner of pages throughout. The Russian edition was published after Botvinnik became World Champion and includes games up to 1946. SIGNED BY BOTVINNIK on front endpaper. 50.00


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


5431. Dawson (T.R.): Caissa's Wild Roses in Clusters. C.M.Fox Fairy Series No.3.

Thornton Heath, Surrey 1937. Large p/b, slightly creased o/w G. 32pp. 159 Fairy chess problems. Presentation inscription from T.R.Dawson to Dr.H.D.Clark. 25.00


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


1729. King (D.): How Good is your Chess.

Cadogan 1993. p/b. VG. 127pp. 20 games, with test-yourself guide. (A.) Signed "To Pam from Daniel King." 12.00


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


2741. STEIN. Keene (R.): Leonid Stein - Master of Attack.

Hale, 1976. 1st Edn. VG, d/w.. 159pp. Biography and many annotated games. Presentation copy from Raymond Keene, together with a handwritten postcard. 20.00


414. Tattersall (C.E.C.) (Editor & Arranger): A Thousand End-Games.

BCM, Leeds, 1910-11. 1st Edn. 2 volumes, original blue cloth, gilt, VG. pp xii,211, xvi,200. 1000 positions, mainly studies by named composers, with solutions. LN 2218. WITH SIGNATURE OF (SIR) G.A.THOMAS ON ENDPAPER. Also some small neat notes possibly in his hand. 120.00