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01/19/2019 08:30 PM
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BOX OF (6) OLD TODDLER PUZZLES

Age. More than 50 years old
Composition. Paper
Size. 8 " x 11
Rating: 8
Comments. Per the box this is the RIBBON TIE assortment with six framed inlay puzzles by National Games Inc. of West Springfield Mass. There are puzzles which include images of animals, birds and all are complete. It comes in an original box which has minor wear. Puzzles are in good, sturdy shape with normal use wear, have some soiling, have some small fold lines and some appeared to have never been used. Give them a light cleaning and give your modern-day children the treat of solving puzzles or frame them for decorations in their room.

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