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Hagedorn: Benjamin Franklin and Chess in Early America
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Current price : €60,00
Starting bid: €5,00
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Location: Sweden
Started: 2020-02-01 01:00:00
Ended: 2020-02-10 19:03:55
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Ralph Karl Hagedorn: Benjamin Franklin and Chess in Early America.

Contains the text of Franklin's The Morals of Chess, a commentary on this essay with historical notes, Franklin's other writings on chess and the result of a research by the author among his various works. The author then list and describe, in chronological order, American publications from 1802 and forward to 1859 - a revised edition of Fiske's American Chess Bibliography. 60 publications in total. 4 plates printed recto and verso. 92 pages, 2 leaves. 23 cm. Black linen with a dust jacket. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania University Press. 1958. Betts 1 - 55. 

Condition: Slight use. Dust jacket slightly worn. Paper yellowed. Betts 1-55. 

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