Ludek Pachman (d. 2003) signed autograph First Day Cover FDC Chess Grandmaster
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This listing is for a Postal Cover signed by the person indicated in the item description and picutred in the scan. This item is part of a very large vintage autograph collection that we have obtained. On most of these covers the name of the person that signed the cover is wriiten lightly in pencil on the back of the cover. When possiible we will add some information below about the person that signed the cover. PLEASE NOTE: You will receive the EXACT autographed cover that is pictured in the scan. Satisfaction is 100%25 guaranteed. AAH Enterprises does NOT sell pre-prints, photocopies or facsimiles of any kind. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions using the ask seller tab above. All items come with a COA issued by AAH Enterprises. Ludek Pachman (German: Ludek Pachman, May 11, 1924, Belá pod Bezdezem, today Czech Republic - March 6, 2003, Passau, Germany) was a Czechoslovak-German chess grandmaster, chess writer, and political activist. In 1972, after being imprisoned and tortured almost to death by the Communist regime in Czechoslovakia, he was allowed to emigrate to West Germany. He lived the remainder of his life there, and resumed his chess career with considerable success, including playing in the Interzonal in 1976 and winning the West German Championship in 1978.