Modern Analysis Of The Chess Openings; Signed (and Signed By All 14 Players Of The 1913 New York National Tournament)

By: Marshall, Frank J.

Price: $3,500.00

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Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket


Inscribed by author to Peter A. Franklin on FFEP; 2nd blank page has the signatures of all 14 chess players of the 1913 New York National tournament; those players are: Jose Raul Capablanca, Frank James Marshall, Charles Jaffe, Dawid Markelowicz Janowski, John Homer Stapfer, Oscar Chajes, Abraham Kupchik, Edward Tennenwurzel, Norman Tweed Whitaker, Harry P. Kline, Solomon Rubinstein, John Stuart Morrison, H. Liebenstein, LB Zapoleon. Jose Raul Capablanca was the World Chess Champion from 1921-27; Frank Marshall was the U. S. Chess Champion from 1909-1936; Norman Tweed Whitaker was convicted of several crimes, and his most infamous criminal escapade was a confidence trick involving the Lindbergh kidnapping in 1932. He also befriended Al Capone while serving time at Alcatraz. The book has mild rubbing to edges of covers w/couple tiny tears, tiny bit of light soiling to covers, tiny bump to fore-edge of rear cover, pages toned, tiny crease to 4 page corners, page 77 has very small chip where page was uncut from page 79 (piece is still attached to page 79) ; 82 pages; Signed by Author

Title: Modern Analysis Of The Chess Openings; Signed (and Signed By All 14 Players Of The 1913 New York National Tournament)

Author Name: Marshall, Frank J.

Categories: Games, Signed Books,

Edition: No Edition Stated

Publisher: Self Published, Printed By J. R. Vrolijk: 1912

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Good+ with no dust jacket

Inscription: Signed by Author

Seller ID: HM5151

Keywords: Games Chess Masters Jose Raul Capablanca Frank James Marshall Charles Jaffe Dawid Markelowicz Janowski John Homer Stapfer Oscar Chajes Abraham Kupchik