Only seen in the 1916 catalogue.
Bob Armstrong owns a puzzle in box, of which the box lid reeds: Incomparably the best / THE ORIGINAL BRITISH MADE / Multiple Zag-Zaw Picture Puzzle / ..... / 'pallet and easel'. The box is light coloured. The puzzle has two scenic landscapes and is cut in the 'squares and figures style', the two parts come apart with a wavy line. The puzzle is about 9" x 15" tall, 3/16" thick and has about 200/300 pieces.
(Bob, Anne gave me this information, could you add details?)