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Historia Comica, Opus 1 by Marino Degano 4,000 Piece Puzzle

Manufacturer: Heye

Model Number: 29341

Recommended Age: Ages 12 and up

Availability: In stock



Warning: Choking Hazard

Shipping Weight: 4.77 pounds

Model Number: 29341

Product Dimensions: 11 x 19 x 8 inches


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At the turn of the millennium Marion Degano designed his puzzle "Historica Comica - Opus 1". The puzzle depicts the history of mankind from the birth of Jesus Christ up to the present. A great and fanciful cartoon trip through history, take your kids along for this epic adventure and I am sure they will come away more than just laughs! When you are finished, attack Opus 2, which is the history of the world from the Big Bang until the birth of Christ.

-Final Puzzle Size is 38 x 54 inches
-Comes in a Triangular Box
-By Marino Degano

About the Artist:
The cartoonist Marino Degano is familiar with many cultures. He was born in Italy, grew up in Germany and currently lives in France, and is so well acquainted with the little idiosyncracies, corners and edges of European people. He does not shy away from using this as the core of his charming ironic masterpieces. For more information on Degano, please visit and .

About Heye Puzzles:
The colourful, round Heye logo can be found on over 200 puzzles. Heye is a subsidiary of the German publishing house KV&H Verlag. As a maker of jigsaw puzzles, Heye established itself worldwide as a supplier of high-quality products with original and innovative motifs. Heye originally focused on humour and cartoons but over time developed a comprehensive product range featuring a variety of formats and topics. Some of the products quickly became bestsellers, and renowned international artists like Mordillo, Hugo Prades, Rosina Wachtmeister and Victoria Franc├ęs became long-time collaborators.