Non-interlocking, cut by #19 with 23 figure pieces, color line cutting, and sem-interlocking style. Artist of this very unusual tri-panel puzzle which tells a story of an early morning courtship is Knowles Hare, Jr. Known for his drypoint etching portraits and his magazine cover illustrations, John Knowles Hare was born in Montclair, New Jersey. He was a member of the Society of Illustrators in New York. In the early 1900s he had many magazine covers, and he also did drypoint etchings, one of the more famous being "Sympathy." He was a frequent contributor of saccharine portraits of 1920s-type young women for the covers of "The Saturday Evening Post" and "The Country Gentleman". askart.com. Note the 2 birds sitting on the telephone line in the middle panel. Love birds?