Each of the five boxes requires two moves to open it. Each box has a different animal design on the lid. On the inside of the lid of the outer box ODAWARA MADE IN JAPAN and a symbol are stamped in ink.

The six metal saucer shaped discs have to be interlocked to create a dice that will withstand normal handling. The advertising window card comes from a Davenport storeroom. The advertisement is from Davenport’s house magazine ‘The Demon Telegraph’, No. 118, April 1949. The puzzle came with very helpful instructions, although considerable dexterity is needed to complete the dice. The address of Samson is given as 246 Tottenham Court Road, London.

The puzzle is to open the piece. It advertises M.C.L. AND REPETITION LTD. The outer surface also includes the words BRITISH ALUMINIUM BA-35. This will be the alloy type from which the puzzle is machined.

Cut the postcard into 3 pieces. Where does the 16th card go when the position of the two lower pieces are reversed? The postcard advertises Martinka & Co., a magic shop in New York City.

Cut the postcard into 3 pieces. Where does the 13th card go when the position of the two lower pieces are reversed? The LD letters on the postcard tell us that it was produced by or for L Davenport & Co. See the advertisement from a 1930s Davenport’s catalogue. The white space at the bottom right of the postcard would be used to print the name of the person or company that used the cards for publicity.