Buffeting the Billows

Catalog Code: 
6- 6462
Description: 

Non-interlocking die cut puzzle made by Royton Paper Products Co., Buffalo, NY 1930's.  Artist unknown.  No repairs needed.
Tuco was a prolific maker of diecut cardboard puzzles in Lockport, NY 1932-1984. They used stronger dies which allowed them to cut thicker cardboard (called upsom board) but only in a crooked line strip pattern. This gave their puzzles a special feel of solidity, much like wood, and a distinct competitive advantage. Later, the company thinned the cardboard and cut knobs becoming just like the other makers of diecut cardboard puzzles.  This probably led to their demise.

General Information
Date: 
1930's
Width: 
11"
Height: 
15"
Container: 
box
Material: 
cardboard
Pieces Information
Pieces: 
204
Colorline: 
no
Interlock: 
no
Styles: 
Topics: 
Sale Status: 
Not for Sale