This is a fine example of the non-interlocking (i.e. push-fit), totally color line cut style of the 1909 era. Devilishly difficult to assemble, it was cut by one of the leading makers, Isabel Ayer, Boston, MA, and sold under her label, Picture Puzzle Exchange. Women dominated the selection of artwork, cutting and assembly of puzzles in that period. For a long time I did not know who the artist was, until a helpful web surfer (Carol P.) told me that this is an R. Atkinson Fox print.