Advertising Jigsaw Puzzles
in American History, a set of twelve jigsaw puzzles, issued (1969) in
cylindrical tins by HUMBLE
Canister(All the same)
California Gold Rush [an assembled puzzle]
"Columbus Sails On"
"Coronado's Men Discover the Grand Canyon (1540)"
"Pilgrims Land On Cape Cod (1620)"
"Paul Revere's Moonlit Ride to Lexington (1775)"
"New York Welcomes Washington"
"Commodore Perry in Battle of Lake Erie (1813)"
"Francis Scott Key Writes 'The Star-Spangled Banner' (1814)"
"Opening of the Railroading Era"
Battle of the Alamo
California Gold Rush [see puzzle above]
"Transcontinental Telegraph Line Completed"
"An American Orbits the Earth (1962)"
The Capper Publications
Puzzles published (in the 1930's) by this Topeka, Kansas company advertised the "Household Magazine", published by that company. (Information from Anne D. Williams, author of Jigsaw Puzzles: An Illustrated History and Price Guide).
NATIONAL BISCUIT CO. STRAIGHT ARROW
"Straight Arrow Saves Princess Snow Flower from the Grizzly",
one of 12 different puzzles offered by the National Biscuit Co., circa 1949.
[envelope], "Straight Arrow Saves Princess Snow Flower from the Grizzly"
Gunther Gebel-Williams, 1980.
"Garden Scene", Watkins Products.
"Kellogg's for Crispness", 1933
"Keep Going with Kellogg's", 1933
Chris McCann's book,Master Pieces: the Art History of Jigsaw Puzzles.
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