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Chess Pie No. 1-3. London 1922 + 1927 + 1936.
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London 1922. Chess Pie No. 1.

London 1922. Chess Pie (No. 1). The official souvenir of the International Tournament London, July - August 1922. Presentation of the players with selected games annotated in English. Descriptive notation. No diagrams in the games section. Several plates with portraits of the masters. Problem section and solutions. Several articles on various subjects, richly illustrated. Capablanca won the tournament in front of Alekhine. 92 pages, XVI pages with ads. 28 cm. Paperback with thin cardboards. Published under the auspices of the British Chess Federation, London, (1922). L/N 5347. Betts 25 - 68. Kieler Schachkatalog 1763 - 1. 

London 1927. Chess Pie No. 2.

The official souvenir of the British Chess Federation issued in connection with the International Team Tournament London, July 18 - 30, 1927. Presentation of the teams and players at London 1927 with selected games annotated in English. No diagrams in the game section. Descriptive notation. Many plates with portraits of the players. Hungary won in front of Denmark. Published under the auspices of the British Chess Federation. London, (1927). 88 pages, 28 cm. Problem supplement, 4 leafs. Table of content. Paperback. Soft cardboards with full color illustration on cover. L/N 5410. Betts 25 - 82. Kieler Schachkatalog 1763 - 2. 

Nottingham 1936. Chess Pie No. 3.

The official souvenir of the International Tournament Nottingham, August 1936. Presentation of the players at Nottingham 1936 with selected games annotated in English. Many diagrams. Descriptive notation. Many plates with portraits of the players. One plate in full color. Table of content. Index to illustrations. 1 leaf with ads, 98 pages. 28 cm. Paperback. Soft cardboards with full color illustration on cover. Capablanca and Botvinnik won. Published under the auspices of the British Chess Federation. London, (1936). L/N 5538. Betts 25 - 122. Kieler Schachkatalog 1763 - 3.

Condition: Corners bumped. Some wear. Some spots. Covers have some soil.

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