from Sapele wood. It has been known by several names, including The Puzzling Rings, Meleda, The Devil's Needle, Baguenaudier Time-Waster" in French Tiring Irons, Prisoner's Lock, Cardan's Rings (after the famous mathematician. I call these "Follow the Cord" type puzzles. To me this seems very similar to the Ball and Chain. Aunt Jemima Cannon Cord A turned wooden Cannon. 4 with Goemon Ishikawa I bought most of them from Thierry Borne's Japan Goods Shop (which now seems to focus only on pre-paid cards).
3 with Daisuke Jigen Vol. Items I've got are in bold. I have Sets #2 and #3. We have popular genres like Literature Fiction, Children's Books, Mystery Thrillers, Cooking, Comics Graphic Novels, Romance, Science Fiction Fantasy, and Amazon programs such as Best Books of the Month, the Amazon Book Review, and Amazon Charts to help you discover your next great read. Here is a solution - refer to the diagram below: I have labeled features of the puzzle: the left and right ends of the axis LE and RE, and the four loops (according to where their apertures, not their welds, are) - the large loops. (RE R1, (R1,RE, R2 L1, (LE code promo depeche mode L2, (L2,LE L1, (R2,RE, R1 R1, (RE, R2 R2, (RE R1, (R1,RE, R2 now move the top of the cord: (L2 (LE L1, OFF! 6 Here is a set of several Chinese copper-wire puzzles in various whimsical shapes, and another group of five in brass. Instructions: "Vyndejte provazek." (Remove the cord.) Thanks to Stanislav Knot for providing the information to me! This extra loop necessitates extra moves in the solution. 3 Computer Puzzler. Said by Slocum to have been made in 1891 by "Strait Manufacturing, Hatter Glover." Based on the idea of a corrupt politician of the times in shackles. To TJ Conestoga Playmate Brain Bender (2).