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Czech Chess Literature 1806-1945



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Used Books >> Chessmen, Clocks, Others

4 amateurish color chess photos from the Karpov - Korchnoi world championship match Baguio 1978.
Size: 15 x 10.5 cm. The photos are probably original, taken during the play but the are of low quality as either the distance was too long or the camera was not a professional one. Very good. (3x real photo). Code #5932.
K 240,-

Chessmen plastic (Diaksakk).
King = 4,5 cm. Light plastic, hollow bottoms of pieces. Hungarian origin, I guess 1950s-1970s, in original box. Good. (2x real photo). Code #6614.
K 60,-

Chessmen plastic, unknown origin, recent production.
King = 9.5 cm. Weighted pieces, felted bottoms. No chessboard. Very good. (2x real photo). Code #6931.
K 320,-

Letopis shakhmatnovo tvorchestva - only the certificate to the de-luxe edition (without the book).
Moskva, Leonardo Chess, (1993), Very good. Portrait of Vasili Smyslov in the form of a stamp block. The de-luxe edition of the book Letopis shakhmatnovo tvorchestva was published in 2250 numbered copies, this certificate has number 2147. In original envelope, which has the same number. Size 10,5 x 10 cm. (First picture is a real photo, the second is archive one). Code #7383.
K 150,-

Letopis shakhmatnovo tvorchestva - only the certificate to the de-luxe edition (without the book).
Moskva, Leonardo Chess, (1993), Very good. Portrait of Vasili Smyslov in the form of a stamp block. The de-luxe edition of the book Letopis shakhmatnovo tvorchestva was published in 2250 numbered copies, this certificate has number 0079. In original envelope, which has the same number. Size 10,5 x 10 cm. (First picture is a real photo, the second is archive one). Code #7384.
K 150,-

Magnetic Chess + Checkers + Backgammon, made in China, Plastic.
King = 4.6 mm, pieces are still unpacked. Very good. (2x real photo). Code #5941.
K 180,-

Magnetic chess set of Czechoslovak production, from ca 1970s-1980s.
350 grams. Fair: some general signs of use, both chessboard and pieces are somewhat soiled. The chessboard is a little rubbed (but it is better than on the stock photo). The pieces are complete and all magnets are holding. King = 4 cm, square = 27 x 27 mm. Wooden pieces, chessboard is a combination of wood and sheet metal and measures (folded) 25 x 12.5 cm. (A very popular chess set of the time, in Czechoslovakia as well as abroad. Stock photo). Code #530494.
K 210,-

Magnetic chess set, plastic.
King = 5.5 cm, square 2.9 cm. Unknown origin, I estimate between 1970-2000. Good minus: missing cap at White Bishop and Black King, ow some general signs of use. All magnets are holding well. Size (folded) 25 x 12.5 cm. (2x real photo). Code #6934.
K 120,-

Magnetic chess set, plastic.
King = 4.5 cm, diameter of the bases 2 cm. No chess board. Good to very good. (2x real photo). Code #6940.
K 80,-

Photo 11.5 x 8.5 cm: GM Miroslav Filip during the tournament Gotha 1957.
Very good. On rear side note: Gotha, zari 57. The man to the right is possibly GM Burkhard Malich. (Miroslav Filip, 1928-2009, Czech GM, one of world's best chess players around 1960, World Championship Candidate 1956 and 1962. Multiple Czechoslovak chess champion. Real photo). Code #7177.
K 160,-

Photo 12 x 9 cm: master Josef Louma, probably at a meeting in memory of composer Jaroslav Genttner.
Good to very good. Master Louma is sitting second from the left. Dates on the curtain 8. 8. 1885 - 27. 10. 1953 correspond with dates of birth and death of Jaroslav Genttner. (Josef Louma, 1898-1955, strong Czech master, FIDE vicepresident 1951-54, journalist - Ceskoslovensky sach etc, chess composer - author of some 60 endgame studies. Real photo). Code #6642.
K 120,-

Photo 12.5 x 8,5 cm: GM Miroslav Filip playing a simul in 1977, town Lehnice, Czechoslovakia.
Very good. (Miroslav Filip, 1928-2009, Czech GM, one of world's best chess players around 1960, World Championship Candidate 1956 and 1962. Multiple Czechoslovak chess champion. 2x real photo). Code #7018.
K 100,-

Photo 14 x 9 cm: Blitz team champinshiop of Nord Bohemia, tournament hall.
The photo was published in the magazine Ceskoslovensky sach 1954, page 52. Very good. (2x real photo). Code #6851.
K 90,-

Photo 14.5 x 9.5 cm: GM Miroslav Filip during the tournament Gotha 1957.
Very good. On rear side stamp of the photographer and note zari 1957. (Miroslav Filip, 1928-2009, Czech GM, one of world's best chess players around 1960, World Championship Candidate 1956 and 1962. Multiple Czechoslovak chess champion. Real photo). Code #7176.
K 150,-

Photo 17.5 x 12.5 cm: Mikhail Botvinnik, no date (ca 1950s).
Fair: tears around edges, some creases. Stamp of CTK (=Czechoslovak Press Agentur) on the back. (Mikhail Botvinnik, World champion 1947-1958, 1958-1960, 1961-1963. Real photo). Code #6645.
K 150,-

Photo 18 x 13 cm: GM Miroslav Filip playing a simul in May 1979, town Veseli na Morave, Czechoslovakia.
Very good. On rear side penned: Veseli kveten 79. (Miroslav Filip, 1928-2009, Czech GM, one of world's best chess players around 1960, World Championship Candidate 1956 and 1962. Multiple Czechoslovak chess champion. Real photo). Code #7175.
K 120,-

Photo 18 x 13 cm: Undeteremined chess tournament (Trebic 1989?), group photo.
Probably played in Moravia around 1990, some Brno players can be recognized, for example Pise, Malis = first row to the right. Good. (2x real photo). Code #6852.
K 50,-

Photo 20.5 x 14 cm: Czechoslovak championship Marianske Lazne 1978, part of tournament hall.
Very good. Picture 3 is close to the real size. In the photo are 5 persons, from the left: ??? (probably an arbiter), ??? (probably an arbiter), GM Miroslav Filip (here as arbiter), IM Jan Ambroz, M Ivan Jankovec, from behind. (3x real photo). Code #7017.
K 100,-

Pin badge: unspecified, possibly Georgian to the match Chiburdanidze - Alexandria 1981.
Metal, blue, head diameter 17 mm. Very good. (Real photo). Code #5590.
K 30,-

Postcard: 80 lat szachow w Ostrowie Wielkopolskim 1930-2010.
Ostrow Wielkopolski, Ostrowskie towarzystwo szachowe, no date (ca 2010), Not postally used, with no writings. 15 x 10,5 cm, The 2 photos in the front are: a) players of Ostrow in 1955 - their names are on the back; b) from the match Ostrow - Opole 1957. Very good. (Stock photo). Code #528875.
K 20,-

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