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1965 Milton Bradley Jigsaw Puzzle Catalog

Milton Bradley Jigsaw Puzzles 1965 Cover

Milton Bradley's 1965 Jigsaw Puzzle Catalog for retailers advertises the company's Jonny Quest puzzles on three pages.

It provides the retail prices of the puzzles but not the wholesale prices.

Interestingly, stores had to buy the JQ puzzles as part of packages that included puzzles from other television shows with related themes.

Page 6 (below) shows the 200-piece versions of the "Blazing Harbor" and "Winter Adventure" puzzles that were part of Milton Bradley's "Explorer Assortment" of puzzles that year. They're rated for ages 8 to 15 and had a suggested retail price of $1. The assortment included two Daniel Boone puzzles and were shipped in three lots, which meant a total of 12 puzzles.

Milton Bradley Jigsaw Puzzles 1965 p. 6

On Page 9 (below), the 100-piece versions of the "Blazing Harbor" and "Winter Adventure" puzzles that were part of Milton Bradley's "Adventure Assortment" of junior jigsaw puzzles for ages 8 to 13. Instead of Daniel Boone, they were packaged with scenes from (or inspired by) the show, "12 O'Clock High." Also, there were nine assortments per shipment for a total of 36 puzzles. The retail price was 60 cents per puzzle.

Milton Bradley Jigsaw Puzzles 1965 p. 9

Finally, Page 11 (below) shows the rarely-seen "Elementary Puzzles" that were sold to retailers in packages with puzzles from the Addams Family and Hoppity Hooper. Three puzzles in eight lots for a total of 24 per shipment at a retail price of 60 cents per box. Each box contained two framed puzzles.

Milton Bradley Jigsaw Puzzles 1965 p. 11

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