Periodic Chart Vintage 1000pc Puzzle Description

Looking for your next puzzle challenge? 

This Periodic Chart Vintage 1000pc Puzzle is the perfect chemistry-themed puzzle fun for your next moments of spare time. 

The puzzle includes beautiful vintage imagery of a 1950's periodic table chart from the Cavallini archives and is made out of durable cardboard. 

You can also take this puzzle anywhere thanks to the handy travel tube and muslin bag to keep all the pieces together & safe!

What's Included: 

  • Mini poster guide
  • Packaged in a 25 cm puzzle tube
  • Drawstring muslin bag

An ideal gift for the chemist and chemistry student in your life, they'll never forget the elements again. 

The completed puzzle size is 55cm x 70cm and makes for an incredible artwork to display or pack it up & put it back together again!


Shipping & Delivery

Pop your order in before 12 Noon Mon - Fri and if everything is in stock we’ll dispatch it that day guaranteed for you. This excludes public holidays of course.

You have two options to get your entire order shipped, standard delivery for $10 or our express service for $15 (excludes bulky items as labelled)

All your selections are sent with full tracking so you keep an watch on them as they progress to your delivery address. You can easily check the progress of your entire order by clicking on the tracking link in your dispatch email.

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Periodic Chart Vintage 1000pc Puzzle Specifications

Barcode # 9781635448900
Shipping Weight 0.9800kg
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