Scene depicts classic fable of a huge elephant cowering in the presence of a tiny mouse. And a fable it is—an elephant probably wouldn’t even notice a mouse. Cut by Damon in the late 1920's, solid wood, non-interlocking, cut along color lines with 22 figure pieces, a very high ratio of one figure piece for each four puzzle pieces (1:4). Artist: unknown but we do know that the image was introduced by Fisk Tire in 1925 and used on 1930's die cut advertising puzzles for Fisk.
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