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1000 PIECE JIGSAW PUZZLE
The Car Ferry at Sidney BC
is getting ready to depart the dock. The artist of this splendid painting, E.J. Hughes, has painted in the Cowichan Valley for 50 years! It is our pleasure to bring you this 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle. Fans can enjoy his work in a whole new way with this 1000 piece puzzle.
1000 pc CDN$19.99
Finished Size: 26.625" x 19.25"
Artist: © EJ Hughes
UPC: 6-25012-51016-5
Origin: USA
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Product Code: 51016
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Excellent puzzle March 16, 2018
Reviewer: Brian Bancroft from Port Credit, On  
All pieces were present.  It took us about 3 evenings.

We love EJ Hughes and would love other puzzles of this artist's works

PS: this site needs a good ssl cert

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Fun and Challenging February 28, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person from Gabriola  
This was a fun puzzle to do. There were easy sections (the ferry) and tough sections (sky). We enjoyed it and love the Canadian Artist Series.

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CAR FERRY/M.V. Motor Princess February 6, 2017
Reviewer: Peter hyslop from Victoria  
My Grandfather had this ferry built in his shipyard in Esquimalt. She was built in 1927 and was constructed in 96 days. My great grandfather would not allow his name to go on the makers plate due to the fact that he thought her unattractive and slow. Alfred Yarrow was more familiar with building  ships that would have service speeds of 20 to 30 knots. After my great grandfather died the makers name was cast in bronze and inlaid into the ships wheel.

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