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Review Summary - 5 out of 5 based on 3 ratings.
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  • Product Reviewing? Spitfire Skirmish 500pc Puzzle (G3112)
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Great company
20 Dec 2021 |

The product arrived in excellent condition, very pleased!

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  • Product Reviewing? Spitfire Skirmish 500pc Puzzle (G3112)
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Really good subject with Spitfire as well!
18 Dec 2021 |

Gibson Jigsaws are very good quality all pieces fitting well. Bought as a present so I hope the person who gets it will enjoy it!

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  • Product Reviewing? Spitfire Skirmish 500pc Puzzle (G3112)
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Excellent so far.
24 Feb 2021 |

Sturdy box, good thickness on pieces. Yet to complete, but guarantee re missing pieces is welcome.

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Gibsons Spitfire Skirmish 500pc Puzzle

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  • Spitfire in the skies over London
  • High quality 500 piece jigsaw puzzle
  • Puzzle size 35x49cm when complete
  • Made from thick, durable puzzle board that is 100% recycled
  • Beautifully painted by artist Nicolas Trudgian


It’s 1940 and the Battle of Britain was in full steam ahead with the Spitfire and Messerschmitt tussling above the River Thames.

Flying the Spitfire is the renowned RAF officer ‘Stapme’ Stapleton the pilot who famously almost hit Tower Bridge as he pulled away from the skirmish depicted in this scene. ‘Stapme’ later went on to shoot the single German pilot who escaped from an allied prisoner of war camp, which was later depicted in the classic 1957 film, ‘One That Got Away’.

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