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Correspondence Chess Postcard 1890
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Current price : €91,00
Starting bid: €15,00
# of bids: 19
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Location: Sweden
Started: 2021-05-01 01:00:00
Ended: 2021-05-10 20:11:50
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Correspondence Chess Postcard from the 2nd tournament of Le Monde Illustré sent by Vasily Ivanovich Tabunshchikov, Gatchina to Adolf Norlin, Stockholm 4.10 1890

This tournament run 1889-1892 with 25 players and was organized by Mikhail Chigorin in cooperation with the magazine Le Monde Illustré. Johann Berger won with 46½/48 (+45 =3 -0).

Vasily Tabunshchikov [4.3 1858 - 4.10 1913] lived in Gatchina near Saint Petersburg.

Adolf Norlin was a lieutenant [29.9 1858 - 15.8 1921] who lived in Stockholm. Norlin also composed several chess problems.

The postcard was sent 4.10 1890 [15.10 1890 according to the Gregorian calender] contains Tabunshchikov's 33rd move and has two postmarks of Gatchina and three arrival postmarks of Stockholm 20.10 1890. Besides the move Tabunshchikov tells about some of his other games.

Condition VG.

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