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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


603. 1984 USSR v The World. Keene, Goodman & Groser: Docklands Encounter.

Batsford/U.S.Chess Fed.1984. VG, d/w. 144pp. 40 games from the match plus photos (not in p/b edn) and profiles of the players. LIMITED EDITION OF 600 COPIES, SIGNED BY RAY KEENE, including extra background information by John Groser. (A.) 25.00


5496. Adorjan (A.): Your Black is OK Repertory V1./2 Sicilian subvariations.

Budapest 1994. p/b. G. 115pp. Text in English, German, French and Spanish. (About 25 pages each). Signed by Adorjan on title-page. 10.00


5489. Barden (L.) & W.Heidenfeld.: Modern Chess Miniatures.

Routledge 1960. 1st Edn. G, d/w (torn with paper loss on spine). 148pp. 161 games arranged by opening. "Varied and entertaining." (J.Grefe.) Signed by Leonard Barden on endpaper. 12.00


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


64. CAPABLANCA. Golombek (H.): Capablanca's Hundred Best Games of Chess. With a Memoir by J. du Mont.

Bell 1947. 1st Edn. Spine is missing, internally G. Portrait, 270pp., playing record, 100 annotated games. Presentation inscription on endpaper from Golombek to "my friend W.R.Morry" thanking him for his help. 12.00


4019. GUFELD (E.): My Life in Chess.

ICE, US 1994. 1st Edn. p/b. VG. 305pp., photos,108 annotated games, a further 109 supplemental games, "written in his characteristic anecdotal style, full of wit and charm." (A.) A signed inscription of Gufeld on the title-page dated 1994. 24.00


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


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


4199. WARBURTON (C.W.): My Chess Adventures. Edited by Timothy J.Bogan.

Runaway Press, Chicago 1980. 1st Edn. p/b. G. Portrait, pp xii,98,errata slip. (Note: the print is small.) Many annotated games from 1930's to 1970, and interesting reminiscences, by British correspondence player Charles Warburton. With presentation inscription from the author. 18.00