Macy’s Department Store, New York, NY actually did not produce hand-cut wood puzzles but rather contracted out the work to several established puzzle makers such as Parker Brothers starting in the 1930s and continuing well after WW II. Their puzzles were sold in wooden boxes with sliding lids and generally reflect the quality of the firms cutting them, frequently with color line cutting, figure pieces and curl knobs.


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