Bertrand Russell, Philosopher- PH0007- Hard

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Bertrand Russell, Philosopher- PH0007- Hard

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NAME: Bertrand Russell
OCCUPATION: Philosopher
BORN: 1872- Trellech, Wales
DIED: 1970- Penrhyndeudraeth, Wales

CATEGORY: Philosophy
THEME: Open minded, critical thinking, unusual
SERIES NUMBER: PH0007
SOURCE: Russell, Bertrand. The Problems of Philosophy. New York, Oxford University Press, 1959.

DIFFICULTY LEVEL:  Hard 72/130
    Easy- up to 22 letters
    Medium- up to 45 letters
    Difficult- up to 130 letters
    Custom- contact us for custom orders.

DIMENSIONS: 2.5" x 2.5" x 2.5"

WOOD: varies. typically cherry, maple or aspen. Wood type is engraved on the box.

CONTAINS:     Wood push pins engraved with letters to solve mystery message. 
        Instructions and Hangman's Hint laying out the word order of the message. See product photos for an example.

EDITION ADDED: 13 October 2015

EDITION COMPLETED: Not Applicable
    "Not Applicable" indicates that the edition has yet to be completed,
    Completed editions are sold out and will not be reissued. 
    Typical editions are a total of 25.
    Edition number is engraved on the box.

Push Pin Puzzle™ Word Games are designed, researched, loved, laser engraved, hand assembled, glued, oil finished, and sold exclusively through the Donna Diddit studio.

Each box contains one mystery message. For perpetual word game play check out our other original offering: Lots-O-Letters. 

DELIVERY TIME: 3 weeks from order.

SHIPPING: via USPS Priority Mail, Domestic.

WHAT'S THE MESSAGE??? We've added tags and some general points of information to help you decide if this quote may be for you. It's maddening not to know what the message is but figuring it out is your challenge! We can't publish the answer here or folks might be tempted to cheat. Please contact us for a current catalog or inquire directly about this item. 


TAGS: limited edition, men, 20th century, philosophy, Welsh

 

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