Camberwick Jigsaws
Trumptonalia.
Camberwick jigsaws - in release date order ............. The Trumpton ones are HERE  ............The Chigley ones are HERE

1966 :- Set of 4 by Arrow Games.  Arrows set reference - No. 2119.

Small box,yellow edge -approx. 8.5" x 6.5" (21.5cm x 16.5cm)  Comprises 15 thick card pieces.

Each jigsaw carries a descriptive title as well as the set reference number,above,that covers all four:-

"Mending Windy's Mill".........."Who Spilt the Milk".........."Farmer Bell Loads his Truck".........."Mr.Crockett's Garage"
1967 :- Set of 4 by Arrow Games.  Arrows set reference - No. 3150 / W.

Large box,yellow edge -approx. 12" x 9.5" (31cm x 24cm)  Comprises 20 large wooden pieces.

Each jigsaw carries a descriptive title as well as the set reference number,above,that covers all four:-

"Mrs.Dingle Runs Out of Stamps"...."Loading the Bakers Van"...."An Afternoon Off"...."Road Works in Camberwick Grn"
awaiting box pic
1970 :- Set of 4 by Arrow Games.  Arrows set reference - No. 3274 / W.

Large box,blue edge -approx. 12" x 9.5" (31cm x 24cm)  Comprises 20 large wooden pieces.

These aren't given descriptive titles like the 1966 & 1967 sets.
But they are numbered 1 to 4 on each box,as well as carrying the set reference number.And I've added them to the photos in red.
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1971 :- Set of just 3 by Arrow Games.  Arrows set reference - No. 2328

Large box,orange edge -approx. 11" x 9.25" (28cm x 23.5cm)  Comprises 20 large card pieces.

These aren't given descriptive titles.But they're numbered 1 to 3 on each box,as well as carrying the set reference number. And I've added the numbers to the photos in red.
MORE JIGSAW LINKS

The Trumpton ones are HERE         The Chigley ones are HERE        All Camberwick Jigsaws produced after 1980 are HERE
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1979 :- The Arrow Games monopoly is finally broken here,with a set of 4 by Falcon Games.  Set ref. - No. 5403

Despite the fact these were produced by Falcon,all 4 pics had already been used by Arrows.
With the fishing scene forming part of the 1967 set,and the other 3 all featuring in the 1970 set.

I've quoted 1979 as the release date,because that's the copyright date on them.
But I've discovered they appear in Falcon's 1982 catalogue, opposite > thumb shows relevant page
Which either means they had an unusually long shelf life for a tv spin-off jigsaw,or they just used an
old copyright date for some reason.And both explanations are equally counter-intuitive.

Small box,light blue edge -approx. 8.75" x 7" (22cm x 18cm)  Comprises 12 large wooden pieces.
Rather unhelpfully,they're not given descriptive titles .....
They're not sequentially numbered .....
And there's no indication that the other 3 even existed ! So,in no particular order ...........
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There were only 3 in this set