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Butler & Hill

Personalised "The Telegraph" Front Page 400 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Regular price £34.99 GBP
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Jigsaw Puzzle Size Chart

Pieces 🧩


🧩 1000 Pieces 66cm x 50cm (26 x 20 inches)
🧩 500 Pieces 50cm x 38cm (20 x 15 inches)
🧩 500 Pieces [Square] 49cm x 49cm (19 x 19 inches)
🧩 400 Pieces

41.5 cm x 31.5 cm (16 x 12.5 inches)

🧩 400 Pieces [Circle] Diameter of 45.5cm (18 inches)
🧩 200 Pieces 50cm x 38cm (20 x 15 inches)


All orders are shipped from the UK - Free Delivery on UK Orders over £40!


Standard Rate

Express Delivery


£4.99 £6.99


For personalised or framed orders, please allow up to 5 days for your order to be hand-made and dispatched.

Liability for supplementary costs on delayed / lost / misrouted lie with us.

Responsibility for cost of goods return is decided on a case by case basis.

Costs for orders outside the UK are calculated by weight - please note a 1000-piece jigsaw puzzle weighs just under 1kg 

United States and Canada

£11.99 - Orders under 2kg

£15 - Orders between 2kg and 4kg

£20 - Orders between 4kg and 6.5kg

£30 - Orders between 6.5kg and 10kg

£40 - Orders Over 10kg

Areas Covered By Shipping Zones

Shipping costs vary depending on the country and size of the order. Your shipping will be calculated at checkout. 



Europe Republic of Ireland, France, Germany,  Belgium, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Austria, Denmark, Finland, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey. 
Rest of World Australia, China, Hong Kong SAR, India, New Zealand, Malaysia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, and Singapore.


Customs and Duties - Unfortunately, we do not have any control over what (if any) duties will be charged by Customs, therefore the customer is responsible for any possible duties at the time of delivery by US/ Canadian Customs. Orders refused by customers can be returned for a refund, minus the cost of shipping, duties and a 20% administration fee.


Standard Returns Policy

If you are not entirely satisfied with your purchase, please contact us within 30 days of receipt of your purchases(s) either by e-mail to or telephone our Customer Services team on 01837 811317.

Mystery Puzzles

Mystery puzzles are greatly reduced and as such are not covered by our normal returns policy.

If for any reason you puzzle arrives damaged then will happily send you a replacement.

Please contact our Customer Services team
If you have any further questions about shipping.

Celebrate‚ a date in history with this personalised jigsaw puzzle featuring the front page of the telegraph newspaper on a date of your choice as early as 1855 up to 2016. 

These fascinating jigsaws are individually created using high quality mono reproductions taken from original, and increasingly rare, archive editions dating as far back as 1855. What in the world was happening on that special day? Simply choose a date and you will be 400 pieces away from finding out! Your jigsaw puzzle also includes a newspaper shaped jigsaw puzzle piece at the centre!

An ideal and prestigious gift for any special date or event: birth dates, anniversaries, weddings, retirements.

In June 1855, The Daily Telegraph and Courier‚ was founded by Colonel Arthur B. Sleigh in June. In 1937, The Telegraph merged with a rival to become The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post‚. In 1961, the Sunday Telegraph was launched. In 1969, The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post‚ was then changed back to The Daily Telegraph. Please take note of these name changes, as the date of your choice may feature a slightly different name depending on the year. From 1986 onwards, the Daily Telegraph is printed in colour.

Completed 400-piece millboard jigsaw measures 32 x 47cm and hand-finished by our expert craftspeople.

Your jigsaw will arrive in an attractive presentation box, which, for that added personal touch, contains an area on the box lid allowing you to write your own message to the recipient.


Also note that any date prior to 24th April 1939 will show a front cover that features a list of classified advertisements (i.e. old-fashioned births, deaths and marriages etc.) and not the common news format we see today.‚ 

To help complete each puzzle, a full-size guide image of the front cover is included.

If your date lands on a Sunday after 1961, you will be presented with The Sunday Telegraph. There was no Sunday Telegraph before 1961.

Not available for the following dates:

The Daily Telegraph was not published in 1955 for six weeks from March to April when there was a strike throughout Fleet Street.

Good Friday - 1916 to 1987 the Daily Telegraph was not published; however, they did publish on Good Friday in 1918 due to interest in the war.

Christmas Day - The final Christmas Day edition was in 1911.

Boxing Day - stopped publishing in 1917 and resumed in 1995.

Other dates not published:

25th September 1855, 22nd August 1856, 28th August 1856, 17th September 1858, 31st May 1873, 17th September 1858, 31st May 1873, 5th December 1878, 31st August 1878, 26th November 1894, 1st November 1898, 15th May 1898, 15th May 1968, 1st May 1969, 8th July 1970, 31st January 1973, 5th November 1973, 16th January 1974, 30th January 1974, 1st February 1974, 2nd February 1974, 15th February 1974, 18th February 1974, 28th February 1974, 21st March 1974, 18th March 1974, 22nd March 1974, 27th March 1974, 2nd April 1974, 6th April 1974, 10th April 1974, 27th June 1974, 24th July 1974, 17th August 1974, 23rd August 1974, 23rd August 1974, 11th September 1974, 12th September 1974, 8th October 1974,‚ 9th October 1974, 11th October 1974, 12th October 1974, 6th December 1974, 13th December 1974, 20th April 1984, 17th November 1984, 1st January 1985 and 4th November 1993.