Items in Category Hunting

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huntsman with various dogs and prey Yes 925 GIGANTIC RELIEF scraps numbered 0-999 PICTURE MAKER box image courtesy of Malcolm Warrington 2
XMAS A GOOD SHOT FOR A MERRY SEASON 1907 2 hunters with guns, 2 retreivers Yes KED&KGV Bavaria Greeting THE KING AND QUEEN (Ed VII & G.V. period) Made in Bavaria, Christmas & New Year, people logo over RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS LTD -- PUBLISHERS BY APPOINTMENT TO THEIR MAJESTIES THE KING AND QUEEN RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS LTD -- LONDON, PARIS, NEW YORK , with or w/o BERLIN, -- DESIGNED AT THE STUDIOS IN ENGLAND AND PRINTED AT THE FINE ART WORKS IN BAVARIA 4
IN THE HIGHLANDS, two large hunting dogs, one lays and one stands, gun and pouch in foreground, hunter in background, Yes TUCK'S ZAG-ZAW PICTURE PUZZLE 100-199 pieces Zag-Zaw line of puzzles was first produced in 1909, most incorporate figurals or whimsies, sold in red, orange, or occasionally green boxes with labels on the side or bottom of the box, most without guide pictures. Initially cut non-interlocking but by 1930's became more so. Puzzles have a different cuts so that the same image will come in several versions which means that missing pieces can not be taken from other puzzles with the same image. The puzzle labels are often hand written and come with minor variations in titles and details. Some have a DESIGN category on the label. From my readings this refers to the style of cut, wavy lines, figurals, etc. See also Bob Armstrong's website on old jigsaw puzzles N. DRUMMOND 6
hunters load a dead deer onto the back of a white horse No TUCK'S ZAG-ZAW PICTURE PUZZLE 50-99 pieces Zag-Zaw line of puzzles was first produced in 1909, most incorporate figurals or whimsies, sold in red, orange, or occasionally green boxes with labels on the side or bottom of the box, most without guide pictures. Initially cut non-interlocking but by 1930's became more so. Puzzles have a different cuts so that the same image will come in several versions which means that missing pieces can not be taken from other puzzles with the same image. The puzzle labels are often hand written and come with minor variations in titles and details. Some have a DESIGN catergory on the label. From my readings this refers to the style of cut, wavy lines, figurals, etc. See also Bob Armstrong's website on old jigsaw puzzles 1