While the image by unknown artist is not particularly remarkable, the person who cut this puzzle in the 1930's from plywood managed to cut along color lines while cutting 41 figure pieces, some quite large. The result is a remarkable ratio of 1 figure piece for every 2.7 puzzle pieces. Contrast this to Pastime puzzles with a standard ratio of 1 to 8.4 (also with color line cutting) and Falls puzzles with a typical ratio of 1 to approximately 4 puzzle pieces (usually without color line cutting). Both brands are well known for their “many” figure pieces. Note that color line cutting makes it more difficult to place figure pieces.