Item #10695 FIFTY GAMES At CHESS, Which Have Actually Been Played, Most of Which Occurred Between the Author and Some of the Best Players in England, France and Germany; to Which is Added Some Account of the Village of Stroebeck, in Germany, with the Three Games Played According to the Method Practiced There. Lewis, illiam 1787 - 1870.
FIFTY GAMES At CHESS, Which Have Actually Been Played, Most of Which Occurred Between the Author and Some of the Best Players in England, France and Germany; to Which is Added Some Account of the Village of Stroebeck, in Germany, with the Three Games Played According to the Method Practiced There.

FIFTY GAMES At CHESS, Which Have Actually Been Played, Most of Which Occurred Between the Author and Some of the Best Players in England, France and Germany; to Which is Added Some Account of the Village of Stroebeck, in Germany, with the Three Games Played According to the Method Practiced There.

London: W. Simkin & R. Marshall, 1832. 1st edition. 108 pp. 8vo. 9" x 5-5/8". Drab paper boards (probably 'later', quite competently executed in a period style). Printed spine label. VG+ (19th c pos in upper margin of tp/lt extremity wear). A nice copy. Item #10695

Price: $425.00

See all items in Potpourri
See all items by ,