Saturday Matinee - 275pc Large Format Jigsaw Puzzle By Cobble Hill

Was: $15.95
Now, just: $12.76
(1 review)
Cobble Hill Large Format Jigsaw Puzzles - Saturday Matinee
Was: $15.95
Now, just: $12.76

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Brand: Cobble Hill
  • ★ Made In The USA
  • ★ Random Cut Pieces
  • ★ Interlocking Pieces
  • ★ Poster Included
  • Artist: Lee Dubin

    Grandpa takes his grandchildren and their friends to a Saturday matinee movie several times a month. This week, Ken Maynard rides across the silver screen in the cowboy epic "Boots of Destiny"!

    Smaller piece counts and a much bigger piece size, makes puzzling less frustrating for those with limited vision or dexterity, and can encourage young children to begin a safe exploration into the world of jigsaw puzzles.

    Each and every puzzle from Cobble Hill Puzzle Company is meticulously crafted to their museum-quality standards, using the finest inks and varnishes for a crisp and vivid image. Made only from premium grade board, the thick and durable precision cut pieces are engineered to exacting specifications, ensuring a sturdy, interlocking fit that puzzle enthusiasts will truly appreciate and enjoy.

    UPC:
    625012543286
    Weight:
    24.80 Ounces
    Gift wrapping:
    Options available
    Choking Hazard - Small Parts.
    Not for children under 3 yrs.

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      Saturday Matinee Painting Puzzle Review

      Posted by Steve Maynard on Feb 24th 2019

      I was very pleased with the quality of this beautiful Saturday Matinee puzzle. Great topic and lovely vibrant colors! The artist really captured the excitement and wonder of the children, and the attachment of the grandfather to his grandkids.
      The larger pieces made it easier and quicker to put together; however, I am hoping they don't also make it more likely that the puzzle pieces will buckle and break apart when it is glued and framed. Regardless, it is a great puzzle, and I am so glad to have it (especially since my late father-in-law would occasionally slip-up and call me Ken, probably due to having watched Ken Maynard movies when he was those grandchildren's ages). Smile. Thanks.
      Steve Maynard