A Friend In Need



250 wooden pieces / 340x272x5mm (approx. 13x11x0.25") / 20+ Whimsies

Material: 5mm Linden Plywood

Artist: Cassius Marcellus Coolidge, 1903

Cut Design: Aidan Knowles

Introducing A Friend In Need wooden jigsaw by Cassius Coolidge - a stunning puzzle that combines the beauty of wooden pieces with the charm of whimsical art. With 250 irregular and uniquely shaped pieces, this puzzle features a delightfully amusing scene of dogs playing poker. Perfect for dog lovers and puzzle enthusiasts, this jigsaw is sure to provide hours of entertainment and enjoyment. Get ready to piece together this playful masterpiece!

This delightful 250 piece puzzle contains over 20 whimsy pieces, many of them multipart. Unique connectors including our signature 'V' plus card suit knobs will enhance your puzzling experience!

This puzzle comes in our beautiful new premium quality packaging - a very sturdy box with a magnetic closure. It will look fabulous on your bookshelf or coffee table!

Article code: 22404

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
Alan Holmes
My first Victory Puzzle

I have been building wooden puzzles for at least 20 years. This is the first Victory Puzzle. Different cut to what I am used to. The quality was excellent and a really enjoyable puzzle to complete

Stephanie Bown
Joy in a beautiful box

A Friend in Need is a wonderful puzzle that delights and teases. Really engrossing and an escape into another world. Family can’t help getting involved too. So pleased to have discovered this delight.

Karen H
Great first puzzle for me from this new company

This is the first jigsaw I’ve completed from Victory and I enjoyed it - good quality 5mm pieces, interesting cut with great whimsies, and I appreciated the innovative ‘lid stand ‘ ! Thank you Victory 🤗

Beyond entertaining!

Absolutely love the whimsys, the multi piece whimsys (whimwhams if you will)

Super fun yet slightly challenging. If you’re a dog fan you’ll enjoy this one.

The pieces are thick and cut well and will last a very very long time.

Forrest Noble
Super eclectic

Not like any jigsaw puzzle I’ve ever done
Don’t let the small number of pieces fool you