The Wonderful Chinese Pony Puzzle – Limited Edition – Numbered

The Wonderful Chinese Pony Puzzle - Limited Edition - Numbered

The Wonderful Chinese Pony Puzzle – Limited Edition – Numbered This is a Limited Edition, Sam Loyd Puzzle.  There are only 145 of these made.  These are the numbered limited edition cards. To celebrate 145 years since Sam Loyd published his first commercially successful puzzle card “The Wonderful Chinese Pony Puzzle”, this commemorative edition has been created using original artwork first drawn in 1868 and is limited to 145 cards world-wide.  The cardboard that Sam Loyd used for his puzzle cards was specially selected by him. He wanted to ensure that it had the right balance of texture and thickness, to not only enhance his graphics, but to also give you the best in-hand embellishment when holding the card to solve it. The Sam Loyd Company has been able to recreate that same cardboard, as first used by Sam Loyd, using original sources. The cardboard is exclusively manufactured for our use and goes by the product code No.1868, in tribute to the release of the very first puzzle card. To ensure that you experience the puzzle cards just the way Sam Loyd intended you to, be sure to buy only cards created by The Sam Loyd Company. Each carry the Sam Loyd logo, which is a registered trademark and your guarantee of the highest quality.

Are you a person who loves a good mystery? Me too, I also love puzzles and you should know that the two are now being combined to make the life of a mysterious enthusiast more challenging. These original puzzles give the right name to mysterious puzzles. Use the book to run the story, but to find out who finds the answer in the puzzle itself, you can not solve the mystery without it. There is just a little more research needed to make the puzzle not match the image of the puzzle in the box!

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