Neue Berliner Schachzeitung, 1865

R:

2x#3–5 (2 pr.)
En passant capture as key move, and castling in general not permitted.

J:

B. v. Guretzky-Cornitz, V. Knorre, E. Schallop

C:

1865-03-15

A:
1 pr
H. Meyer (motto: Sp├Ąt kommt Ihr, doch Ihr kommt)
 
2 pr

H. Waldaestel (Durch Nacht zum Licht)

S:
Neue Berliner Schachzeitung
v. I:12 (Dec. 1864), p. 353–354: announcement
v. II:5 (May 1865), p. 129–134: report
— p. 135–136: award-winning problems
v. II:9 (Sep. 1865), p. 281: H. or A. Waldaestel?
 
N:

11 sets were received, four of which were correct.

The report identifies H. Waldaestel as second prize winner, but the corresponding problems were published under the name of A. Waldaestel. H. Waldaestel is the correct name, as explained on p. 281.

Awards

1 Prize: H. Meyer

#5

#4

2 Prize: H. Waldaestel

#5

#4