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First World War Centenary

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Customer Reviews (2)

1st World War Centenary

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By Jenny Ward • 7th November 2015

A lovely puzzle and as we expect of Wentworth superb whimsies. A nice souvenir of WW1

Addictive!

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By Rosalind Yates • 8th August 2014

As with all Wentworth puzzles, this one looks even better when completed.
It looks quite complicated, but I managed to do this in one evening. I just couldn't put it away!
The quality of the puzzle pieces are of a very high standard.
I completed this about a month ago, but just can't take it to pieces to put in its box yet.
I would highly recommend this puzzle.

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A lovely puzzle and as we expect of Wentworth superb whimsies. A nice souvenir of WW1

Posted by Jenny Ward (7th November 2015)

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Product Comments

As with all Wentworth puzzles, this one looks even better when completed.
It looks quite complicated, but I managed to do this in one evening. I just couldn't put it away!
The quality of the puzzle pieces are of a very high standard.
I completed this about a month ago, but just can't take it to pieces to put in its box yet.
I would highly recommend this puzzle.

Posted by Rosalind Yates (8th August 2014)

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