Subtitle 1000-piece puzzle with 20 shaped pieces, from Sunday Times bestselling author Jack Chesher @livinglondonhistory

Jack Chesher
Price $19.99 / £16.00
Description Description
  • 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle with 20 shaped pieces: Reveal London's hidden stories as you piece together the puzzle
  • Uncover London's secrets with fun facts and deep dives from Jack Chesher, bestselling author of London: A Guide for Curious Wanderers
  • The perfect gift for history buffs, puzzle fans and Londoners, and an excellent souvenir for visitors to the big smoke
  • Box contains: 1000-piece puzzle, paper bag to keep the puzzle pieces safe (no single-use plastic) and a poster packed with historical details

Piece together the streets of London and uncover curious historical details as you go

20 of the pieces in this 1000-piece puzzle are specially shaped and contain hidden London locations, from 13th-century ruins and mysterious signs to teeny tiny sculptures and lavish lavatories. But there's a catch – you won’t know where to find them until you slot them into place! You'll find an explanation for every secret item and location by tour guide and bestselling author Jack Chesher, founder of @livinglondonhistory, on the accompanying poster. The poster also features a reference image to help you complete the puzzle (with the hidden details obscured, of course!)

Learn more about London's history with: London: A Guide for Curious Wanderers (A Sunday Times bestseller)
Format Puzzles, Jigsaw 1000 Pages
ISBN 9780711296275
Size10.83 in x 7.99 in / 275.00 mm x 203.00 mm
Published Date October 10th, 2024
Jack Chesher

Jack Chesher grew up in Essex, and exciting day trips to London have always been part of his life. After graduating from Bristol University, where he studied history, he finally took the plunge and moved to the capital in July 2020. A passion for walking and history inspired him to launch @LivingLondonHistory in September 2020. Documenting his journey to discovering the city’s fascinating and vibrant past by exploring its streets, he believes London itself is the greatest museum of all.

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