In the early 1970's we commissioned Roland Chesley of Buckfield, ME to cut many puzzles. Chesley was in his mid-80s at the time and cut puzzles in an old barn heated only by a wood stove fed with rejects from the nearby dowel factory, even in the dead of a Western Maine winter. Picture is one in series by Ken Davies and published by Austin Nichols Co. to promote its "Wild Turkey" bourbon. Even if you don’t like bourbon, the artwork makes a lovely puzzle, with color line cutting and 5 simple figure pieces. Artwork for puzzles need not be costly; there is plenty lying around from old calendars and similar promotions.