Our largest and most intricate Falls puzzle was cut in 1937 from plywood, interlocking, with irregular edges, color line cutting around the boy’s head, and over 310 figure pieces for a ratio of 1 figure piece for every 2.7 puzzle pieces. That is significantly higher than the 1:4 ratio in most Falls puzzles. Note the maker's signature piece of a woman falling on her bottom in the lower right corner, cut into every Falls puzzle. Also in the lower right corner the cut-away section suggestive of stairs is most unusual for a Falls puzzle (or any puzzle of that era except Pars) and almost certainly was the result of cutting away wording promoting Eveready flashlight batteries. Eveready used over a dozen such images to promote its flashlight batteries in the 1930's. Artist is Russell Sambrook.