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EUROPOS TAURE, Mikenas, Vistaneckis, et al.Vilnius, 1975. Lithuanian. A collection of Baltic State postal games. 318p, With well-annotated games. $45

LIEDER OHNE WORTE, Chalupetzky & Toth, h, exc, the entire 6 volumes bd in one, FGML, These are collections of outstanding games for each of the years 1937,38,39,40,41,42. German, though with minimal language. Each vol. has between about 100 to 150 games and between 50and 64 to 70 pages. $175 b) individual years: $30@, 1937, 1938, 1939, 1940,1941, all p, exc.

CORRESPONDENCE  CHESS INTERNATIONAL REVIEW, #3, p, mint, Germany, 219p, 347 high level postal games with Informant-style notes, $28

THE FIRST FIFTY YEARS OF THE CORRESPONDENCE CHESS LEAGUE OF AUSTRALIA, H. W,. M.  Lunney, Sydney, 1980.p, exc, 96p. With about 160 games with lt. notes, $25

DANSK KORRESPONDANCE SKAK, V. Junker, Aabybro, 192p.Danish. 50 deeply annotated Danish postal games. Scarce. p, vg, $75 

PARTIERNE FRA TURNERINGEN OM BERLINGSKE  TIDENDES POKAL MED  UDFØRLIGE NOTER AF  Dr. S. TARRASCH, J. GIERSING OG ANDR. NISSEN, KØBENHAVN 1918, L/N 3387, Danish, Quite scarce, p, fc chippat bottom, autographed by Hartvig Nielsen, 36p. There are 9 postakl games analysed in great detail by Tarrasch, Nissen, and Giersing. $175

 BOR'BA ZA PERVENSTVO MIRA, F. Bohatyrchuk, Leningrad, 1929, h, exc, rebd, L/N 5086. Scarce. Alekhin—Kapablanka—Bogolyubov.62p. 9 deeply annotated games by these three great players plus additional commentary on these players.With a chess bookplate showing two cats playing chess. $160

SCHACHKUNST IN DER UDSSR, S. Sprecher & Pschebilski(transl. from Russian), Wien, 1947. A fine collection with first-rate notes by top Russian players, 51 games plus an extensive historical  chapter on the history of Russian chess with games. $36.