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Gilbert Puzzle Parties

game

ca. 1930

The A.C. Gilbert Co. of New Haven, CT achieved success with its line of "Gilbert Puzzle Parties." These sets of dexterity puzzles apparently found buyers; the firm made them for many years. This early 20th century example features illustrations, around the border of the box cover, of all the puzzles contained within.

ManufacturerMysto Mfg. Co.
Materialprinted paper | cardboard | metal
OriginNew Haven, CT
Styledexterity
Object ID107.4158

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