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Kimmo Välkesalmi


A complete set of the "Overbrook" series
Listing # 9668
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Listing Format: Auction
Current price : €2 500,00
# of bids: 0
Closes: Auction is closed
Location: Austria
Started: 2017-07-24 20:00:00
Ended: 2017-07-30 21:10:00
Seller: Stikuw (485)  
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A complete set of the "Overbrook" series : 

I think that never before a complete set has been offered - A rare opportunity! For better picture quality you can look here.

  1. A.C. White, C. Mansfield, F. Gamage & V. Eaton: A Century of Two-Movers. Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1941. 8°, 213 pages; ed. of 350 copies. L/N 2843; Betts 36 - 6 / Condition : a very small faded stripe (about 0,5 cm) on top of the cover. Gilt edges on top. Overall Assessment = Very Good! 
  2. A.C. White. F. Gamage. An Artist in Chess Problems. Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1941. 8°, 227 pages; ed. of 250 copies. L/N 2849; Betts 33 - 31 / Ex-libris Mr. David DeLucia. Condition : Gilt edges on top. Overall Assessment = Excellent! 
  3. R. Cheney, V. Eaton, O. Wurzburg & A.C. White (eds.): A Chess Silhouette. One Hundred Chess Problems by the Reverend Gilbert Dobbs. Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1942. ed. of 150 copies. L/N 2851 Condition : Overall Assessment = Very Good! 
  4. A.C. White, E.W. Allen, B.M. Marshall: A Sketchbook of American Chess Problematists. 2 Volumes. Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1942. 8°, vol. 1 – 138 pages; vol. 2 – 163 pages; ed. of 250 copies. L/N 2857; Betts 32 - 32, in a slipcase with original very thin brown paper wraps encasing the hardback bindings, Ex-libris Mr. David DeLucia. Condition = slipcase with very slight wear. Overall Assessment = Excellent!
  5. A. Buschke, R. Cheney & A.C. White: The Two-Move Chess Problem in the Soviet Union 1923-1943. Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1943. 8°, 62 pages; ed. of 300 copies. L/N 2859; Betts 36 - 7, Condition = a tiny tear and hole on the original very thin brown paper wrap encasing the hardback binding. Overall Assessment = Very Good to Excellent!
  6. W. Jacobs & A.C. White: Variation Play. A Study in the Mechanisms and Relationships of Black Moves in the Two-Move Chess Problems.  Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1943. 122 pages and 131 diagrams; ed. of 225 copies. L/N 2866; Betts 35 - 7. With a handwritten dedication from R. Cheney to Reuben Fine. Condition = slight wear to top and lower part of the spine, corners slightly bumped. cover edges with some slight shelf wear. Overall Assessment = Very Good!
  7. C. Mansfield: Adventures in Composition. The Art of The Two-Move Chess Problem. Ed. by A.C. White, Stamford, The Overbrook Press, 1944. 8°, 212 pages; ed. of 400 copies. 150 on W&A rag paper. This copy is printed on W&A rag paper. This edition is much scarcer than the Flemish Book laid paper green binding edition. L/N 2878; Betts 34 - 12.  Ex-libris Mr. David DeLucia. Original very thin white paper wrap encasing the hardback binding. Condition = Overall Assessment = Excellent!
  8. E.W. Allen & E.M. Hassberg (eds.): To Alain White. A Tribute from his friends on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday March the third, 1945. Loosely inserted: A Note of Thanks from Alain White. Stamford, The Overbook Press, 1945. 8°. With 1 plate, 77 pages; ed. of 300 copies. L/N 2889; Betts 33 - 86. Ex-libris Mr. David DeLucia. Condition = slight discoloration to back board, slight shelf wear, corners bumped, light foxing on the last two endpapers. Overall Assessment = Good to still Very Good!

 

Postage EUR (insurance included) : Austria € 5,90; Germany € 14,90; other EU countries € 17,90; Non-EU countries please ask

I combine shipping – you always pay just real postage! The packing materials are free.

I send with the so called "Paketmarke" (for further information https://www.post.at/privat_versenden_paket_paketmarke.php) which is in general the most cost effective and reliable way to send parcels in Austria. One feature is that the shipment costs are defined via the the longest and the shortest side of the parcel. The weight isn´t important although it is limited to 31,5 kg. The parcel is also insured up to € 500,-.

  1. PM 045 = longest and the shortest side of the parcel are added max. 45 cm) GER=€9,90, other EU = €12,90
  2. PM 070 = longest and the shortest side of the parcel are added max. 70 cm) GER=€14,90, other EU = €17,90
  3. PM 120 = longest and the shortest side of the parcel are added max. 120 cm) GER=€19,90, other EU = €22,90

Therefore if you win more than 1 lot and the books fit into the same parcel, the shipment costs will be the same as for 1 book. 

Important : Please wait with payment until you get my confirmation email, as the shipping costs have to be calculated.

 

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