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636 pcs - Hell for Leather - Derek Roberts (by Gibsons)

G4005

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A 636 pieces jigsaw puzzle made by Gibsons (reference G4005).
Size: 68.5 x 32 cm (= 27.0 x 12.6 inch).
Special series: Derek Roberts.

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    A jigsaw puzzle made by Gibsons and available to buy here at Babylon Puzzles. It's known at Gibsons with reference number G4005. Official name is "Hell for Leather". It consists of 636 pieces and weighs 700 grams in the box. Once assembled this puzzle measures 68.5 x 32 cm (= 27.0 x 12.6 inch).

    Artist: Derek Roberts

    Special Series: Panorama

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    About Gibsons

    Gibsons is a British, family company established in 1919. Using only the highest quality materials they produce some of the best-loved jigsaw puzzles and games. Over the years, the company has evolved, but their values are the same - quality products and excellent service continue to be a top priority. Gibsons puzzles are made from 100% recycled material and the thicker board ensures your puzzle is a pleasure to work with. They spend a great deal of time working with artists to produce the images a jigsaw lover is looking for. Their puzzle themes have been developed as a result of listing to jigsaw enthusiasts around the globe and are therefore very popular. Some of their more popular artists include Thomas Kinkade, Mike Jupp, Dick Bogie, ...

    Size of the box 41 x 21 x 5 cm
    Size once assembled 68.5 x 32 cm
    Pieces 636
    Weight 700 grams
    Made by Gibsons
    Reference G4005
    Special collection Derek Roberts

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636 pcs - Hell for Leather - Derek Roberts (by Gibsons)

636 pcs - Hell for Leather - Derek Roberts (by Gibsons)

A 636 pieces jigsaw puzzle made by Gibsons (reference G4005).
Size: 68.5 x 32 cm (= 27.0 x 12.6 inch).
Special series: Derek Roberts.

Write a review