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Promotional - Circular
These puzzles come in the familiar round box (about 14-1/4" in diameter by about 1-1/2" deep).
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Joseph Magnin (Little Red Riding Hood's Hood)
Year: No Date (probably 1964)
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts:
See Also: PA20 Serendipity 3 Spot Life PZL6034

This puzzle was made for Joseph Magnin, the California based luxury department store chain of yesteryear. The text on the box lid is identical to PA20 Little Red Riding Hood's Hood, except that "made expressly for Joseph Magnin" is printed between the 1st and 2nd lines.
Serendipity 3 (Little Red Riding Hood's Hood)
Year: No Date (probably 1964)
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts:
See Also: PA20 Joseph Magnin Spot Life PZL6034

This puzzle was made for Serendipity 3, the famous New York City toy store and ice cream parlor. The text on the box lid is identical to PA20 Little Red Riding Hood's Hood, except that "made for serendipity 3" is printed between the 1st and 2nd lines.

Similar Serendipity 3 versions of PA21 Snow White without the Seven Dwarfs and PA22 Close-up of the Three Bears exist, but I haven't (yet) been able to track down photos.

Jigsaw Trivia - PA23 Little Boy Blue Coming Home was also made for Serendipity 3.

* Puzzle from the collection of Lynn Vorys
Spot Life (Little Red Riding Hood's Hood)
Year: No Date (probably 1964)
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts: DC510A DC512
See Also: PA20 Joseph Magnin Serendipity 3 PZL6034

This puzzle was made for Life Magazine. The puzzle is entirely red, except for a small white circle in its center that reads "Spot Life" (same as the box lid). Included with the puzzle is a paper insert that folds open to describe the promotional campaign.
A Puzzlement!
Year: 1966
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts: DC510C

This puzzle was made for the Celanese Chemical Company.

* Puzzle from the collection of Richard Brown
The Safari Group
Year: 1966
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts: DC455

This puzzle was made for the Birmingham Ornamental Iron Company to promote their Meadowcraft Safari Group furniture line. Included with the puzzle is a paper brochure that describes the furniture line.

* Puzzle from the collection of Larry and Dorothy Zenner
National Football League
Year: 1971 (Bullseye Logo Era)
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts: DC502FP

This puzzle was made for the National Football League. Included with the puzzle is a one page letter promoting NFL merchandising opportunities.

* Puzzle from the collection of Dottie Fitzwater


Promotional - Rectangular
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Fauve
Year: No Date (but known to be 1966)
Artist: (Uncredited)
Confirmed Cuts: DR405

This puzzle was made for Neiman Marcus to promote their Fauve perfume line. The puzzle comes in an M-Series box (14"W x 6"H x 2-1/2"D). However, unlike the other M-Series puzzles, the box has only a single compartment, and a rolled lithograph of the artwork is not included. The box bottom is solid black with no title or text.

* Puzzle from the collection of Chip Schoolfield


Promotional - Mini
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I Love You
Year: No Date (but known to be 1965)
Artist: (Uncredited)

Both the puzzle and box are heart shaped, and are designed to be given as a valentine gift. Included with the puzzle is an envelope with the inscription "Not to be opened till the puzzle is completed - it's the heart of the matter!" Inside the envelope is a die cut white heart, which is the final puzzle piece.

The puzzle has 155 pieces and measures about 10-3/4"W x 11"H. No serial number is printed on the box, which measures about 9-1/2"W x 9"H x 1-1/4"D.

Jigsaw Trivia - In the early 1980's, the same die was used to cut most of the OutLines series of heart shaped mini puzzles (PZL7537-PZL7544).

* Puzzle from the collection of Chip Schoolfield
Hello Springbok
Year: No Date (probably 1972, to coincide with the logo change)
Artist: Henry Wolf

This Mini-Puzzle announces the change from the Gazelle Logo to the Bullseye Logo. It marks the official end of one era and the beginning of the next (see Springbok Timeline and Logos). The box bottom reads:

Goodbye (Gazelle Logo)
A brand new trademark and image that's memorable, fitting and fun for Springbok's growing line of fun products: posters, plaques, desk toppers, craft kits, puzzles, keychains... and the trademark design is by the internationally known designer/photographer/art director Henry Wolf.
Hello (Bullseye Logo)

The puzzle has about 70 pieces and comes in the familiar small square box (4-1/4"W x 4-1/4"H x 1-1/2"D).

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