ID: 111425 Closed
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Open Cube designed by Marc van Kreveld and Theo Geerinck, made by Pelikan about 2007. The fit is slightly loose; the variety of woods, the large size and thin pieces means that the fit is not perfect after 13 years, but it has still aged fairly well and displays well. See photos for detail; there are some narrow gaps between pieces.
Shipping weight with packaging is 1 lb 11 oz.
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- (A) Collector: Flaws must be very minor, subtle, and difficult to identify.
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- (2) Excellent: Very slightly loose or tight, no force needed, no alignment issues.
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- 93454, California, United States
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Peregrinator (6 ) Open Cube09/14/2020 17:02:41Can you advise what are the different types of wood of the puzzle? Thanks.
Re: Open Cube09/14/2020 18:18:38This is the only info I have on the wood types, and I purchased it from Puzzlewood (who marketed a lot of Pelikan's puzzles); http://www.puzzlewood.de/gallery/product_info.php?manufacturers_id=70&products_id=134&osCsid=d3a13f9111c129a61966a24bad4e1ecf
He lists maple,cherry,oak, massaranduba as some of the woods. Some of it looks like zebrawood, but I'm not totally certain about that.
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