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Quarrelsome Neighbours - Trade Card

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DifficultyLevel 6 - Tricky
BrandSam Loyd
TypePaper Puzzles
Dimensions3 1/2 in x 2 1/4 in x 1/10 in / 9 cm x 5.8 cm x 0.1 cm

Product Description

Trade cards were one of the most popular forms of advertising during the 1800's and were used to promote anything from dry goods to clothing stores. Sam Loyd was approached by a number of organizations who wanted to use his puzzles to promote their goods and since he owned his own printing press he would design and print these cards.
Since they were giveaways many have not lasted the hundred plus years since they were created and so The Sam Loyd Company has opened its archives to make these cards once again available in their original form just the way Sam Loyd made them way back.

Can you show how the quarrelsome neighbors never cross paths again?

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    On Sunday February 12th   Andrew Parr wrote,
You get exactly what you see in the picture. There's nothing on the back of the card, and there is no solution included. Still, it's a Sam Lloyd classic. I can justify spending two dollars on this if I make photocopies of the puzzle and give it to my students for a challenge. Otherwise, just try to figure it out while it's on your computer screen. It's not that tough.