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Charles Wysocki The Paperboys 300 Large Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Buffalo Games
SKU:
2692
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UPC:
079346026920
$10.95
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“The Paperboys” is a 300-piece jigsaw puzzle based on work of famed folk artist Charles Wysocki. In this artwork world famous paperhangers, the Globe Bros, travel by horse-drawn carriage to their next job. A classic covered bridge can be seen in the background surrounded by lush foliage and a field of sheep.

For more than 40 years Charles Wysocki enjoyed his love affair with life and Americana, and through his imaginative and colorful artwork touched the hearts of millions worldwide. "Chuck" felt a special kinship with puzzlers, who share in the creative process by building his paintings one piece at a time.

The pieces of this puzzle are larger than traditional puzzle pieces, which makes them easier to see and hold for a pleasant puzzle experience. Every Buffalo Games jigsaw puzzle is manufactured from recycled puzzle board. A precision cutting technique guarantees that every piece will fit soundly with the company's signature Perfect Snap™. A bonus puzzle poster is also included so that you have a handy reference of what the completed puzzle should look like while you put yours together.

  • 300-large piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Finished size is 21.25 x 15 inches
  • Full color bonus poster included for help in solving
  • Manufactured from premium quality materials including 100% recycled paperboard
  • Buffalo Games puzzles are manufactured using trademarked "Perfect Snap" technology ensuring a tight interlocking fit between pieces
Piece Count:
300
Artist:
Charles Wysocki
Theme:
Patriotic & Americana

Reviews

  • 5
    puzzle

    Posted by connie craun on Nov 11th 2021

    I just love putting charles wysocki puzzles together. Each one is a work of art . So caolorful and yes, funny things in all his subject matter. just great and lots of fun.

  • 4
    Beautiful puzzle

    Posted by Peg on Nov 9th 2021

    Love your puzzles!! It’s a rarity that a is missing when you open a new box. Unfortunately it happened this time. Beautiful puzzle though