New York: Simon & Schuster, 1969. Selected and fully annotated by Fischer, with introductions to the games by Grandmaster Larry Evans. Illus. 384pp., 8vo, cloth-backed black boards, d.w. lightly soiled, d.w. sunned on spine portion, otherwise very good. New York.: Simon & Schuster, 1969. Second Printing.
New York: Simon & Schuster, 1969. Selected and fully annotated by Fischer, with introductions to the games by Grandmaster Larry Evans. Illustrated. 384 pages. 8vo, green cloth-backed black boards, lightly sunned at spine ends; d.w. with some chipping and significant fading on spine. New York.: Simon & Schuster, 1969. First Edition. 1st printing with the correct 1st issue DJ listing Israel 1968 as the last match on rear.
Philadelphia: David McKay, 1942. Illustrated by Maximilian Mopp, 224 pages, 8vo, tan cloth (spine ends slightly faded). Philadelphia: David McKay Company, 1942. First edition. A near fine copy. Inscribed and signed on the half-title by the chess master: "To... this guide to playing chess well without playing it excessively - with author's best wishes, Edward Lasker. New York, May 29th, 1947."
Barmen: Adolf Graeper, 1905. 3 volumes bound in one with continuous pagination. 628 + 14 [music to Schach Walzer] pages with illustrations of chess boards and some portraits. Tall 8vo, recent black cloth. Barmen: Verlag Adolf Graeper, 1905. Very good(+). The richly endowed Barmen Chess Association commemorated its 40th year anniversary with a celebration centered around two major tournaments and three strong "Hauptturnieren". The innovative organizers added such melodious entertainment as a "Singspiel" involving a 60-person chorus, and a three-act...
Norfolk: Fakenham, 1860. Hundreds of black & white illustrations. Tall 8vo, blind stamped maroon cloth (covers are significantly dampstained and somewhat bowed; binding color has bled onto first and last several pages; majority text block is clean). Norfolk: Fakenham, 1860. First edition. A good only copy of this very scarce book.