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Lady Thimbleby and Her Sister Puzzle Game

Very Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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00 : 22
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00 : 54

Easy Puzzle Time Stats

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01 : 41
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04 : 04

Normal Puzzle Time Stats

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04 : 04
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16 : 24

Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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07 : 46
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28 : 19

Very Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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13 : 23
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1 : 13 : 45

Extra Hard Puzzle Time Stats

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38 : 58
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1 : 55 : 05

About The Lady Thimbleby and Her Sister Jigaw Puzzle:

Lady Elizabeth Thimbleby was the third daughter of Thomas Savage, Viscount Savage, of Rocksavage, Co. Chester, and his wife Elizabeth.
Image Credits: Anthony van Dyck

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