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The Ohio city got its name from the fort built by Baron Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben during the Revolutionary War. This 500 piece puzzle, which includes a poster as an aid, shows Steubenville in its heyday in the 1950s. Grand motorcars line the street, colorful neon signs light up the buildings, and busy shoppers are grabbing a few treats before heading to the movies. A charming puzzle with soft muted colors, the reds and greens and warm oranges sit comfortably against the shimmery rain-soaked road. It is made in the US and the quality of the pieces is clear to see, they are robust and lay perfectly flat. The depth of color from the modern inks ensure the final scene is a dream to look at. You’ll want to get your juke box belting out some great rock 'n' roll tunes as you complete this 27” x 19” Grand Night in Steubenville puzzle.
Warning: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3.