Jigsaw Puzzles

Photo Album of St. Nicholas

This puzzle shows 16 vintage St. Nicholas postcards—three with our Bishop Saint Nicholas.

Photo Album of St Nicholas

252 piece puzzle, 13 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches or 500 piece, 16 x 20 inches, is available from CreativeArtLab-Etsy.

St. Nicolas Parade

by Jan van Haasteren

The comic puzzle shows Sinterklaas arriving by steam boat. The scene is humorous, with people running from the ship's big waves. It is typical of popular Dutch artist Jan van Haasteren's detailed comic art.

St Nicolas Parade by Jan van Haasteren

St. Nicolas Parade by Jan van Haasteren, Comic Puzzle from Jumbo.
1000 piece puzzle 26 3/4 x 19 1/4 inches

Available from Puzzle Warehouse, All Jigsaw Puzzles Shop, or amazon.com.

St. Nicholas in his Study

by Scott Gustafson

Saint Nick sits reading letters to Santa amidst reminders that go back through the centuries illustrating many of the ways he's been commemorated and visualized. The original painting has over fifty of these visual references to Saint Nicholas and/or Santa Claus.

The painting was issued first as a 1000 piece puzzle by the Great American Puzzle Factory. It was  issued again as a family jigsaw puzzle by Cobble Hill Puzzle Company. The puzzle picture is a little smaller than the original print and has thirty-seven images related to Saint Nicholas. As a family puzzle, it has large, medium and small pieces so people of different ages and skill can work the puzzle together. We've created a key to help identify the St. Nicholas symbols and images. There is also a simple key for the larger print in case you have a print without an explanation of the symbols.

Both puzzles are out-of-print, though they may be found on the secondary market.

St Nicholas in his Study by Scott Gustafson
Puzzle key
Puzzle key PDF
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St. Nicholas in his Study by Scott Gustafson, Family Puzzle from Cobble Hill Puzzle Company
Family puzzle with small, medium and large pieces; 400 pieces, 24 x 18 inches

Both puzzles with 1000 pieces (19¼ x 26 ½ inches) from Great American Puzzle Factory and 400 pieces ((24 x 18 inches) from Cobble Hill can sometimes be found on the secondary market, e.g. eBay or amazon.com. Prices vary, of course.

The limited edition print by Scott Gustafson, from the Greenwich Workshop, is available from GalleryDirectArt.

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