U. S. Tire Jigsaw Puzzle [with] Original Envelope
Santa Monica, California: U. S. Tire, distributed by Clifton & Marshall, (n. d.), circa 1925. 25 x 27 cm when assembled. Approximately 100-piece puzzle in original envelope. Puzzle completed, backed in cardboard, and wrapped in plastic to secure the pieces. Slight bump to lower corner, else puzzle is fine. Envelope lightly toned and dampstained, with several tears and a triangle of loss to the front panel. Near Fine in Good Envelope.
Promotional puzzle for U. S. Tires that, when assembled, is the scene of an accident: a boy and his wagon lie in the street in front of a car that has presumably stopped just short of hitting them, and the driver has leapt from the car and is saying, "Son - those new U. S. Tires saved your life." Below this the text reads, "Cog Wheel Traction Means - Safety. U. S. Tires built with Tempered Rubber. Far Tougher. Miles Better."
Not located in OCLC.