LAST ORDER DATE FOR CHRISTMAS DELIVERY FOR THIS PRODUCT IS 13TH DEC.
The perfect way to celebrate a memorable event, from birthdays and anniversaries to weddings and retirement.
A unique 400-piece jigsaw puzzle featuring the front page of the newspaper on a chosen date, this is a fun and unusual gift to mark a special occasion.
These fascinating jigsaws are individually created using high quality mono reproductions taken from original – and increasingly rare – archive editions dating as far back as 1838. What in the world was happening on that special day? Simply choose a date and you will be 400 pieces away from finding out!
These made-to-order jigsaws are high-quality reproductions taken from the increasingly rare archive originals, stretching back over 100 years to 1888.. A full-sized paper copy is included to make the puzzle easier to complete, and the central piece is shaped like a newspaper the perfect starting point.
You can even include a personalised message on your jigsaw puzzle! It will be printed in the top left corner just above the masthead, see images above for an example.
Each jigsaw is individually made-to-order using high quality 1.5mm Millboard, hand finished by expert craftsmen.
- 400 pieces
- Assembled size – 32cm x 47cm
- Boxed – 23cm x 17cm x 3.5cm
- Include a personalised message on your jigsaw puzzle!
- Centre of puzzle is shaped like a newspaper!
- Attractive box – space provided for recipient to write message
- Full size copy included
The jigsaw arrives in an attractive presentation box, the box lid is printed with space to add a special gift message.
Please allow 5-7 working days for delivery.
Please note on some occasions such as bank holidays or festivals like Christmas Day there may have been no edition published on your specific date. In this case we will use the edition from the following date which will still cover the previous days news. Where the date falls on a Sunday we will reproduce the Sunday Independent.
Additionally for regional / local titles the paper was generally published once a week, in these scenarios and where the date requested does not fall on the date the paper was published we will take the closest date after the date requested which covers the previous weeks news.