Item #17251 Luftiges Ein mal Eins. Education, Mathematics.
Luftiges Ein mal Eins.
Luftiges Ein mal Eins.

Luftiges Ein mal Eins.

Bavaria: J.W.S. & S., [n.d., ca. 1900]. First edition. OCLC records no copies. We could not locate any other copies on the market at this time (June 2022). Each puzzle is printed in full color and has nine pieces that fit into a larger image. Each piece has a multiplication problem on its verso and fits into a matching space that shows the answer to the problem and text in German. Paint or ink stain to lid of box, some rubbing to edges. Inside of box lid printed in German with directions for the puzzle. The puzzles and paper holders are bright and clean. With all the puzzle pieces present, this is a remarkable survival, a rare mathematics teaching tool in very good condition. Red card box lettered in silver and with a glossy color printed onlay. Six puzzles (11 x 8”) and three circular color printed paper holders for puzzle pieces (3” diameter) enclosed in a box (14 x 12”). Item #17251

The German text in the puzzle piece spaces are simple sentences that add a basic reading component to the puzzle. The text seems to rhyme with the solution to the math problem: for example, 8 x 8 = 48, Achtundvierzig, which rhymes with “Mein Brüderlein ist lieb und herzig.”.

We could not find any information on the artist or publisher of this puzzle.

Price: $750.00

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