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Vintage Bicycle Puzzle - 1000 Pieces

$22.00
Vintage bicycling images and advertising, from racing to touring to riding tandem. A fun puzzle gift for the bicycle rider in your life!
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Details: 

  • 1000 Pieces
  • Assembled Size: 22 x 28 inches (55 x 70 cm)
  • Packaged in sturdy, attractive 10 inch presentation tube
  • Includes drawstring muslin bag to hold pieces
  • Caution: Small pieces are a chocking hazard. Not for children under three years.

Details: 

  • 1000 Pieces
  • Assembled Size: 22 x 28 inches (55 x 70 cm)
  • Packaged in sturdy, attractive 10 inch presentation tube
  • Includes drawstring muslin bag to hold pieces
  • Caution: Small pieces are a chocking hazard. Not for children under three years.

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