Der Kreuzzerbrecher = The Cross puzzle.
- Additional Title(s):
- London : Dr. Richter's Publishing Office. 44 Jewin Street : 1 & 2 Railway Place, Fenchurch St, 
- Physical Description:
- , 48 pages : illustrations ; 72 x 87 mm, in box 93 x 78 x 15 mm and 1 tangram puzzle (7 pieces) : ceramic stone
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsGV1507.T3 K74 1892 FlatYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon FundAccessible by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Three-Dimensional Artifacts
- "The name originally given to this puzzle, Cross Breaker, drew criticism from people who considered it sacrilegious. As a result, the name was later changed to Cross Puzzle, and the elves were pictured mending rather than smashing the cross."--Lilly Library. The Jerry Slocum Mechanical Puzzle Collection.
"Made in Germany."--Box top.
Jerry Slocum mechanical puzzle collection, 003098
Slocum, J. The anchor puzzle book, p. 40
Non-standard tangram puzzle of seven ceramic stone pieces, with a printed booklet, issued together in an illustrated box. The booklet consists of 149 problem figures for the user to construct from the puzzle pieces.
- Subject Terms:
- Amusements -- Great Britain -- 19th century.Great Britain -- Social life and customs -- 19th century.
Games -- Great Britain.
Recreations -- Great Britain.
Chromoithographs -- 1892.
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