"Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." Shakespeare Puzzle

"Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown." Henry IV, Part II. Act III. Scene i.
Original Artwork by James Bartelle.

Add some tension to your puzzles with this "Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown" Shakespeare puzzle or give it as the perfect gift.

This 252 piece puzzle is available in 11x14 inches. This original artwork is sublimated on chipboard material, then finished in satin. This diecut puzzle board comes contained in a stylish metal tin. The game’s 252 precisely interlocking pieces make an excellent gift for any soon-to-be puzzled enthusiasts. It’s nowhere near the difficulty of a thousand+ pieces while still being challenging enough to draw the whole family’s attention for an evening.

.: 252 precise interlocking pieces
.: Satin finish image sublimated on chipboard
.: Comes in a metal tin