This great vintage 1973 jigsaw puzzle features the comic strip character “Henry.” Henry, a young bald boy who is mute, is the title character of a comic strip created in 1932 by Carl Anderson.
The toy is a frame tray inlay puzzle made by the E.E. Fairchild Corp. This business began as Alderman-Fairchild Company based in Rochester, NY. In its earliest days the company was managed by Herman Fisher, who became one of the founders of Fisher-Price toys. In 1928 the name of the business was changed to E. E. Fairchild Corporation.
The puzzle is 14 ¼ by 11 ¼ inches. It is in excellent condition.
A great addition to your vintage toy, game, or puzzle collection!