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Jacques Haubrich Puzzle Auction

Auction news: This month Jacques Haubrich brings us a terrific collection of mechanical puzzles. Take a look and we think you’ll agree it’s an eclectic mix of puzzles – ranging from the exquisite puzzles of Trevor Wood to beautiful metal puzzles by roger. You’ll notice that Stewart Coffin continues to feature prominently in many of the auctions demonstrating how incredible the designers work is.

We’d love to hear you views – tell us what you think of these top designs!

  1. Trick Cabinet, Random Rods by the retired puzzle designer and craftsman Trevor Wood.
  2. Tri-Hard (NY-28) by the legendary craftsman and puzzle designer Nob Yoshigahara and craftsman Trevor Wood.
  3. Tall X (YH-49) by the Japanese puzzle designers Yoshikatsu Hara & Taira Iwase and craftsman Trevor Wood.
  4. Wim’s Puzzle Mat (WZ-89) by the puzzle designer Wim Zwaan, made by the French craftsman Trevor Wood.
  5. Fusion Confusion (15A), Twelve Point (33A), Rosebud (39A), Teddy Burr (96), Crooked Notches (97), Overdrive (117) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin.
  6. Trick Cabinet-Trevor Wood
    Image © Jacques Haubrich
  7. Covered Type Secret Box (N-21) by the puzzle designer Yoshiyuki Ninomiya (Karakuri Creation Group).
  8. The Hermit Crab Box (TJ-7-2) by Shiro Tajima (Karakuri Creation Group).
  9. Money Bank (M-14) by the puzzle designer Akio Kamei (Karakuri Creation Group).
  10. String Box (TU-13) by Fumio Tsuburai (Karakuri Creation Group).
  11. Mine’s Cube in Cage 222 by the puzzle designer Mineyuki Uyematsu / Taichi Tsuchiya.
  12. Cube in Cage 333 (IPP-edition) by the puzzle designer Mineyuki Uyematsu / Taichi Tsuchiya.
  13. Framed Burr (6-pc) by the puzzle designer Yunichi Yananose.
  14. Old Japanese Trick Box by unknown.
  15. Square (#26) by the puzzle designer Yamanaka Kumiki Works.
  16. Kiyomizu (#7) by the puzzle designer Yamanaka Kumiki Works.
  17. Pagoda (#6) by the puzzle designer Yamanaka Kumiki Works.
  18. Pyramid by the puzzle designer unknown.
  19. Bottle Neck (PZ-028-300) by Toyo Glass.
  20. Hole in One (PZ-01-1500) by Toyo Glass.
  21. The Cube (STC-1A) by the puzzle designerStewart Coffin / Eric Fuller.
  22. BurrNoose by the puzzle designerTom Jolly / Eric Fuller.
  23. Tangler by the puzzle designerTom Jolly / Eric Fuller.
  24. Squarrel by the puzzle designerRonald Kint-Bruynseels / Eric Fuller.
  25. RD-001 by the puzzle designerRonald Kint-Bruynseels / Eric Fuller .
  26. Meteor (STC-100A) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Bart Buie.
  27. How? Box-Peter Hajek
    Image © Jacques Haubrich
  28. Checkout (STC-143) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Tom Lensch.
  29. Twisty Burr by the puzzle designer Derek Bosch / Tom Lensch.
  30. Three Piece NOT by the puzzle designer Frans de Vreugd / Tom Lensch.
  31. Big MazNCubes by the puzzle designer Derek Bosch / Tom Lensch.
  32. Cuckoo Nest (STC-21) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Tom Lensch.
  33. Tetras Knot by the puzzle designer Oskar van Deventer / Tom Lensch.
  34. Second Stellation (STC-14A) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Tom Lensch.
  35. Corner Block (STC-59) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Tom Lensch.
  36. Seven Woods by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin.
  37. Involute (STC-214) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Scott T. Peterson.
  38. Setting Hen (STC-61) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Scott T. Peterson.
  39. The Binary Burr by the puzzle designer Bill Cutler / Jerry McFarland.
  40. Dual Tetrahedron by Interlocking Puzzles.
  41. Caged Golf Ball-Gary Foshee
    Image © Jacques Haubrich
  42. Octahedron by the puzzle designer Wayne Daniel.
  43. Coffin’s Quartet (STC-93) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Interlocking Puzzles.
  44. Stellar Burr by the puzzle designer William Waite / Interlocking Puzzles.
  45. Cutler’s Dilemma II by the puzzle designer Bill Cutler / John Devost.
  46. Rosebud (STC-39A) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / John Devost.
  47. Cruiser (STC-167) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / John Devost.
  48. Wunder Bar (STC-39 old list) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Mark McCallum.
  49. Triumph (STC-15) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Mark McCallum.
  50. Augmented Four Corners (STC-34) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Mark McCallum.
  51. Jewelry Box by unknown.
  52. Revenge by the 12 Coin Company – Las Vegas.
  53. Set of 2 Garnet puzzles (STC-60) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin.
  54. City Heights by the puzzle designer Saul Bobroff / Here to There Puzzles.
  55. Back in the Box by unknown.
  56. Unhappy Childhood (STC-41) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin & Mike Beeler.
  57. Lily by the puzzle designer José W. Díaz.
  58. How? Box by the puzzle designer Peter Hajek / Jakub Dvorak and Pelikan team, Ivo Splichal, Jiri Mejtsky.
  59. Double Hexagonal Prism (STC-11A) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Josef Pelikan.
  60. Eight Star (STC-13C) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Josef Pelikan.
  61. Pillars of Hercules II (STC-78A) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Josef Pelikan.
  62. Rebel-Philippe Dubois
    Image © Jacques Haubrich
  63. Involute (STC-214) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / New Pelikan Workshop.
  64. Bathyscaph (Ying-Yang) by the puzzle designer Josef Pelikan & Ivan Mrkvica.
  65. 32 Corner Ball by the puzzle designer Josef Pelikan.
  66. Split Cube by the puzzle designer Tom Jolly / Josef Pelikan.
  67. Threaded Cube by the puzzle designer José W. Díaz.
  68. Shaking Hands by the puzzle designer Robrecht Louage / Josef Pelikan.
  69. No Nukes by the puzzle designer Ronald Kint-Bruynseels / Josef Pelikan.
  70. Three Totally Trapped Sages by the puzzle designer Primitivo Familiar Ramos and Rafael Guarinos Abad / Pelikan Workshop.
  71. William`s Wonder (a.k.a. Femganger) by the puzzle designer William Waite / Pelikan.
  72. Three Totally Trapped Sages by the puzzle designer Primitivo Familiar Ramos and Rafael Guarinos Abad / Pelikan Workshop.
  73. Three Trapped Sages by the puzzle designer Primitivo Familiar Ramos and Rafael Guarinos Abad / Pelikan Workshop.
  74. Married Cube by the puzzle designer Erik Johansson.
  75. Madeira Trick Box by unknown.
  76. Eighteen Dutch Mills by the puzzle designer Vaclav Obsivac / Vinco.
  77. The “3 sticks“ puzzle by the puzzle designer Michael Toulouzas.
  78. Double Squared by the puzzle designer Vesa Timonen & Tomas Linden / Oy Sloyd Ab.
  79. Quintuplets by the puzzle designer Franklin Gonsalves (India) / Pelikan Workshop.
  80. Dilemma by the puzzle designer Franklin Gonsalves (India) / Pelikan Workshop.
  81. Toddler Box by the puzzle designer Michael Cysouw / New Pelikan Workshop.
  82. Watson’s Tri-lateral Windowed Hexahedron by the puzzle designer Martin Watson / Puzzlewood.
  83. Cube 10 by the puzzle designer Leonid Mochalov / New Pelikan Workshop.
  84. Peanut (STC-67) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin / Josef Pelikan.
  85. Sitting Bull by the puzzle designer Georg Pfäffinger / Philos Spiele.
  86. Roof Puzzle by the puzzle designer Juha Levonen.
  87. Boxed L-Burr #2 by the puzzle designer Frans de Vreugd.
  88. Boite a Secret (Secret Box) by unknown.
  89. Knowhow Emerald Puzzle Box by the puzzle designer Adrian Dale.
  90. Born Yesterday by the puzzle designer Philippe Dubois.
  91. Rebel by the puzzle designer Philippe Dubois.
  92. Chuck Cube by the puzzle designer Philippe Dubois.
  93. Super Six piece interlocking burr by the puzzle designer Philippe Dubois / Mr Puzzle Australia.
  94. Tangram Puzzle Box by unknown.
  95. Tricklock T3 (“Popplock“) by the puzzle designer Rainer Popp.
  96. alles roger by the puzzle designer Roger.
  97. r2d2 by the puzzle designer Roger.
  98. Feuerzeug (Lighter) by the puzzle designer Roger.
  99. Caged Golf Ball by the puzzle designer Gary Foshee.
  100. Golden Cube “White“, signed by the puzzle designer Tony Fisher / Uwe Meffert.
  101. Golden Cube “Copper“, signed by the puzzle designer Tony Fisher / Uwe Meffert.
  102. Golden Cube “Silver“, signed by the puzzle designer Tony Fisher / Uwe Meffert.
  103. Golden Cube “Gold“, signed by the puzzle designer Tony Fisher / Uwe Meffert.
  104. Looney Module Puzzle by the puzzle designer Tom Lensch & Walt Hoppe.
  105. Three Totally Trapped Sages-Primitivo Familiar Ramos and Rafael Guarinos Abad
    Image © Jacques Haubrich
  106. Four Keys by the puzzle designer Gary Foshee.
  107. Slide-it-out #2 by the puzzle designer Frans de Vreugd.
  108. SomaTube 2-6 #14 by the puzzle designer Gary Foshee.
  109. The “so you think you’ve seen it before“ Burr (106) by the puzzle designer Stewart Coffin.
  110. Boxed Burr by the puzzle designer Tom Lensch.
  111. Six L’s Puzzle by the puzzle designer Juha Levonen & Matti Linkola.
  112. Drumsticks by the puzzle designer Vladimir Belnov / Allen Rolfs.
  113. Pack the Puzzle by the puzzle designer Naoyuki Iwase.
  114. Theo’s Trickbox by the puzzle designer Theo Geerinck.
  115. Rho’s Bush by the puzzle designer Don Charnley / Puzzlecraft (Steve Strickland).
  116. Diabolical 3×3 by the puzzle designer Nob / Woodpecker Shimane.
  117. Barricade Puzzle by the puzzle designer Goh Pit Khiam / Walter Hoppe.
  118. Around the Bend by the puzzle designer Theo Geerinck.
  119. The 1773 Tees Puzzle by the puzzle designer Rob Hegge / Walter Hoppe.
  120. Quantum Entanglement by the puzzle designer Pit Khiam Goh / Buttonius.
  121. Woo Tuck Shuet!!… The Vessel of Happiness by the puzzle designer Stephen Chin.
  122. Slide in Slide by the puzzle designer Hiroshi Yamamoto / DYLAN-Kobo.
  123. Banded Dovetail Puzzle by the puzzle designer Perry McDaniel / Kathleen Malcolmson.

“The real question one should ask when presented with a puzzle is, ‘Should I solve it? Do I really need to know the answer?”
― Tony DiTerlizzi, The Search for WondLa

Jacques Haubrich provides a great auction site that constantly provides lots ranging from exquisite puzzle boxes to historically significant and rare puzzles. The fantastic thing about buying at one of Jacques’s auctions is that his page gives you access to some of the world’s most incredible puzzle designs, offering collectors and puzzle-savvy buyers alike the opportunity to acquire pieces of rare and unusual puzzles, often without blowing the budget

His site, like Cubic Dissection and PuzzleParadise is a safe and reliable way to buy those rare, must have mechanical puzzle items that you seriously need online from local and international sources. At the website one registered you can watch auctions and be notified of newly listed auctions which contain keywords you have chosen. For example if you are looking for a new Burr Puzzle you could enter in those keywords from within your members area area. Each time a new auction is listed containing those keywords you will be notified via email. As with many other auction sites you can buy out puzzles, place a bid and contact sellers for more information before purchasing with PayPal. If you have any further queries on the SITE, please contact Jacques Haubrich at the address above.

Happy bidding!

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