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Puzzles by Maker > Mr Puzzle Limited Edition wooden puzzles > 2002 Limited Edition 3 Sets of 24 - Sold Out


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Three different puzzles. Only 24 of each puzzle ever to be made.

2002 was our 10th Limited Edition Annual Series.  A special Limited Edition release event was held at Art & Soul Gallery to mark the occassion.  Art & Soul Gallery is the only other place you can buy Mr Puzzle Limited Edition apart from this website.

This series is SOLD OUT.  These pages are for historical record only.




SOLD OUT Ned Kelly - Sequential Discovery interlocking puzzle designed by Brian Young SOLD OUT Ned Kelly - Sequential Discovery interlocking puzzle designed by Brian Young N/A





Over 100 years after he was hanged the mystery of Australia's most infamous bushranger Ned Kelly still remains an unsolved puzzle.
The puzzle is to find Ned Kelly's skull; it's true whereabouts remains a mystery to this day.
To celebrate our 10th Anniversary Limited Edition range Brian has created a completely unique design which recalls the history of Ned Kelly.

To do the puzzle you will have to follow the history of the Kelly gang's last stand in thier crudely fashioned armour at against the troopers at Stringy Bark Creek. To assist we will tell the story of Ned Kelly's Last Stand on the Limited Edition certificate you will receive with the puzzle.

You will need to solve ten different puzzles to discover the tools incorporated in the puzzle. You will require these tools along the way to complete the puzzle.

The puzzle will also be quite a challenge to reassemble because every piece in the puzzle is different and interlocking.

Ned is presented in Queensland Blackbean. Queensland Blackbean grows throughout eastern Australia and is also known as Moreton Bay Bean or Moreton Bay Chestnut.

Size: 290mm tall x 130mm x 80mm.

NOTE: Original selling price in USD was 246.00.
In April 2008 one of these puzzles sold at Baxterweb Puzzle Auctions, Featuring the John Ergatoudis Collection Phase 12 for USD 710.00.

 
SOLD OUT Russian 13 interlocked cube designed by Leonid Mochalov SOLD OUT Russian 13 interlocked cube designed by Leonid Mochalov N/A





Make the 3x3 interlocking cube.

The puzzle again comes from the book by Russian author Leonid Mochalov (website: www.puzzlemochalov.narod.ru) called "400 Games, Puzzles & Tricks". It's presented in the chapter called Volumetric Puzzles and is called the Collapsible Cube although it's inventor is unknown to us.

Mr Puzzle himself found this puzzle quite tricky to put together; you can make it more difficult by not taking any hints from the photo of the assembled puzzle. From our own computer analysis there are six different solutions; see if you can find them all.

The puzzle is crafted from Australian Blackwood, also known as Black Wattle.

Size: 90mm x 90mm x 90mm

 
SOLD OUT Puzzler's Cage 24 piece burr designed by Junichi Yananose SOLD OUT Puzzler's Cage 24 piece burr designed by Junichi Yananose N/A





The puzzle is to assemble/disassemble the 24 piece interlocking burr.
This burr is extemely interlocking; it even interlocks around the ends of some of the pieces which is very unusual.

Junichi Yananose designed this burr in 1999 without the use of a computer and in his own words describes it as "a crazy difficult burr puzzle".

This puzzle has been so rarely made that even Junichi does not own a copy of this puzzle, although he has already reserved one from this Limited Edition releases.

Puzzler's Cage is presented in Queensland Maple (which like many native Australian timbers is not really from the maple family). Also known as Maple Silkwood this timber is from the Rutaceae family.

NOTE: Original selling price in USD was 123.00.
One of them was resold within 24hour of being listed on eBay "Buy it Now" in March 2005 for USD275.00
In April 2008 one of these puzzles sold at Baxterweb Puzzle Auctions, Featuring the John Ergatoudis Collection Phase 12 for USD 300.00.

 

 


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