Jigsaws

Map Featuring Worlingworth, 1884

A 500 piece Jigsaw of any Frith photo or map. Packed with period detail, your individually-made Jigsaw will keep you absorbed for hours as you piece together the unique history of the place you love.

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Map featuring Worlingworth, 1884.
Ordnance Survey, County Edition

Price £26
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The map Worlingworth, 1884 will be printed directly onto quality 1.5mm millboard, then hand-finished by expert craftsmen.

The map will be cropped slightly to avoid distortion. The red border you see here is an approximate indicator of this and cannot be altered.

Remember, that if your chosen image contains a lot of sea or lacks detail, the Jigsaw may be more challenging! - Pick another map.


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Note: The Online Copyright Protection text and Frith logo shown within the photo above will not be printed on the Jigsaw.

About our Map Jigsaws

Featured Map:
Worlingworth, 1884
Map reference:
HOSM65179
No. of pieces:
500
Size when completed:
500 x 380 mm (Approx. 20 x 15")
Material:
1.5mm millboard
Colour:
Printed in Black & White
Product code:
312
Availability:
Printed to order
Delivery:
Up to 7-10 working days (Express delivery is unavailable).

What you say about our Jigsaws

We are always grateful and proud to hear back from you. Here's what you have been saying about our Jigsaws.

Just to say how delighted I am with the very good prompt service I will definately recommend you to my friends and family.Customer ref 1030853.My son also bought one of your jigsaws for a xmas present.Thanking you all and wishing you a happy xmas and prosperous New Year.

Caroline Thompson

The first Jigsaw was such a success, I've just ordered three more for distant friends. Brilliant concept, great web site and nice discount offers.

Sheila Cameron

Extremely pleased with the Jigsaw I received last week. So much so that I've just ordered another one. Cheers, Pat Martin

Pat Martin

I have just completed a jigsaw including four pictures of historic Repton (Derbyshire) and was delighted to find one actually showed a car my family owned, parked nr The Arch, Repton School. It was a Ford Squire, reg number clearly visible as 60 ARB-my father was the village policeman in the 50's, I remember being put in the back of the car with my sister, asleep in the middle of the night, to travel on family holidays to Cornwall! It was a lovely surprise..thankyou

Shelagh Barlow

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