Philadelphia (1902): David McKay. Hard Cover. Near Fine. Thick Octavo. Containing the laws of the game according to the revised code laid bown by the British Chess Association in 1862. Revised and edited with an American appendix by S. Lipschutz.(Marathon Chess Club Champion). Illustrated, bound in dark blue-green pictorial cloth lettered and decorated in red and black, pictorial spine in red, black and gilt; light rubbing to rear board; neat owner's name to title page dated 1907; front inner hinge expertly reglued. A beautiful, bright copy. Contains a comprehensive and an exhaustive analysis of all the openings both regular and irregular, and illustrative games between the greatest masters of the time. (Inventory #: 3660)
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