The New Yorker
1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
The New Yorker 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Featuring the cover of The New Yorker magazine from January 18, 1988, this 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle is a blast from the past! Roxie Munroe's illustration of the outside of Carnegie Hall captures the essence of New York City in the winter as bundled-up concertgoers escape the cold and snow for a night of entertainment. There are only a limited number of these puzzles from 2004 available.
- Piece Count: 1000
- Measures 30" x 24"
- Average Time to Complete: 8-10 hours
- For ages 7+
Piece of Mind
Satisfaction is our top priority! If a piece is missing, Springbok will deliver a new puzzle. No questions asked!
A Cut Above
Organic, non-toxic inks and recycled materials create a quality puzzle that is 18% thicker than industry average.
Our precision interlocking pieces snap into place and allow our puzzles to be lifted without falling apart.
Made in the U.S.A
Located in the heart of the country in Kansas City, MO. Springbok assures a high quality standard.
Benefits of Doing a Jigsaw Puzzle
Exercise Memory. Jigsaw puzzles sharpen cognitive function. Current neurology experts assert that puzzles stimulate neuroplasticity and can even slow progressive memory loss.
Deepen Connections. Conversations flows naturally as you sort and interlock the design. It’s like we always say: Love completes the puzzle.©
Relieve Stress. Escaping into the calm of puzzling for as little as 20 minutes can sooth anxieties. It’s the perfect digital detox for you and your loved ones.