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Author:  kivi [ Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:06 am ]
Post subject:  Many books

So, I have the following books that I want to sell. I am moving, and don't want to carry these, if possible.
I ship from Sweden. I prefer if someone buys all, or most of it, then I can sell cheaper. Less shipping, less hassle.
I aim for 7 eur (8 usd) per book, except the starred one and the pocket books.

I also have glass stones, unused, mid-size thickness, from Japan, 25 eur. Edit: Shipping such heavy items is too expensive in Sweden. I decided not to sell.
For books, shipping inside Europe (or some parts of it), up to 1 kg is around 6 eur, 2 kg is 11 eur.

Books:
- ☆ Commented Games by Lee Sedol, Vol. 1, Lee Sedol. Unused, mint condition. See https://shop.gogameguru.com/commented-g ... e-sedol-1/

- [sold] Get strong at invading, Bozulich
- [sold] Opening theory made easy, Otake Hideo
- [sold] Star point joseki, Nihon Ki-in
- [sold] Even game joseki, Nihon Ki-in
- Golden opportunities, Rin Kaiho
- Train like a pro 1, Sung-Rae Kim
- Train like a pro 2, Sung-Rae Kim
- Reducing territorial frameworks, Shuko Fujisawa
- Korean style of baduk 1, Lee Changho
- Jungsuk in our time, Seo Bong-soo
- [sold] Lee Changho's novel plays and shapes, Volume one

- Yilun Yang's Go puzzles, Volume 1: Life and death by the numbers (pocket book)
- Tricks in joseki by Yang Yilun (pocket book)
- More small sized problem books in japanese, 250 pages, four life&death, one joseki problem book (see photos below)
- A deck of nice plastic life & death cards, answers at back side, 120 problems, 3 dan level

- Go World, magazine, #100, 101, 102, and 104
- European Go Congress Bulletins, 2010 Tampere, 1-6
- A nice kifu booklet

- Go, dünyanin en eski akil oyunu, magazin, 1-4

Stones:
Glass stones.
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Pocket books in Japanese:
Bottom-right is a joseki/after-joseki problem book. Rest are life and death problems.
Top row are 250 pages, bottom two books are 300 pages.
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Bonus item: A Chinese life and death book, 100 pages, 3 eur, pictured together with the novel Three Kingdoms, Vol 1 (of 2), the unabridged version, unused, mint condition.
ISBN: 9780520224780
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Author:  EdLee [ Mon Feb 09, 2015 5:41 am ]
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kivi wrote:
I also have glass stones, unused, mid-size thickness, from Japan, 25 eur.
Hi kivi,

From your photo of the glass stones box,
they are "pine" ( 松 ) grade, which is approx. 10 mm thick.
From your photo of the glass stones,
they appear to be about 9~10 mm for the White stones,
and about 10 mm for the Black stones.
With a caliper, more precision is possible.
The brand shown on the glass stones box is 鳳凰 ("Phoenix").

List of glass stones thicknesses .

kivi wrote:
Is there a tag/code to reduce image width?
I usually use a basic image editor to shrink the photos first, before I post them online.

Author:  kivi [ Mon Feb 09, 2015 6:47 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Many books, and a set of glass stones

Hi EdLee,
I had measured the stones (only a white one), and it was indeed 10mm. But I shied away from writing it, as measuring with a ruler is not very precise.
Thank you very much for all the info.

Author:  Mike Novack [ Mon Feb 09, 2015 8:52 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Many books, and a set of glass stones

kivi wrote:
Hi EdLee,
I had measured the stones (only a white one), and it was indeed 10mm. But I shied away from writing it, as measuring with a ruler is not very precise.


Should anybody face this problem in the future (no calipers, just a ruler) the solution isn't terribly difficult. Take some cardboard and bend it into a "U" shape (a trough) just large enough for the stones to fit and close off one end. Or take a piece of paper made into a tube that the stones will just fit and close one end.

Fill with ten stones or twenty stones, etc. measure the length of that row and then divide by how many stones.
.

Author:  kivi [ Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:39 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: Many books, and a set of glass stones

I just edited the first message to add photos of the unnamed problem books.

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