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Jan van Haasteren Puzzle 'The Music Shop'

I haven't made this puzzle yet. But I've heard it's very popular! Have you already made it? Then give a review below and upload your photo! It is the puzzle 'De Muziekwinkel' (The Music shop) - this is number 20049, issue in 2021 on October 16. This puzzle is drawn by Robert Derks of the Studio Jan van Haasteren. It's this puzzle:
Jan van hastenen puzzle 1000 Pieces The music store

Only available in a 2-in-1 Combi box

This puzzle is not available separately in a box of 1000 pieces, it is only in this 2-in-1 combi box. And then along with the puzzle'Holiday jitters'.
This is the box:
jan_van_rusheren_de_music store_and_holiday jitters_20049
Note: this puzzle is available separately in 5000 pieces - number 20050.
Note: from September 2022 this will be available separately in 1000 pieces, but then you have to buy it (almost) in New Zealand, because the publisher is Holdson. This one has number 77498


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - General Review

I made a general review of this puzzle:


This puzzle is in 1 or more search books

This puzzle is in 1 or more search books by Jan van Haasteren. These are not only fun search books to search for recurring elements, you can also ideally use the image of this puzzle as an 'extra' large poster while puzzling! View the overview with our 'Jan van Haasteren search books'


The Music Shop and Benny Jolink from 'Normaal'

Bennie Jolink from the band Normal is also present in the music store! Bennie Jolink was born in Hummelo, in the Achterhoek, near Doetinchem. From 2016 Bennie Jolink no longer gave performances due to health reasons.
Jan van Haasteren the music store and Benny Jolink


The Music Store and 'Trio Hellenique'

The Trio Hellenique is visible and present in De Muziewinkel:
rsz_trio_hellenique
However, who are 'Trio Hellenique'?
The source 'Wikipedia' indicates:
“Trio Hellenique is a Greek trio that specializes in Greek Sirtaki music, adapted for a Western audience. They are best known for the hit 'The dance of Zorba'. Their version and that of Duo Akropolis and Mikis Theodorakis were listed together in the Veronica Top 40”.
I had to look it up, it didn't immediately turn on a light, but when I found the song 'The dance of Zorba' on Youtube, I knew it and I think everyone did. It's this number:


The Music Store and 'Frankenstein'

The scary monster Frankenstein also appears in De Muziewinkel and he plays the flute there:
rsz_frankenstein
What is Frankenstein's story?
The story stems from a book that was written in 1818. The story has its origins with the British writer Mary Shelley. She published her book Frankenstein in 1818, a story about a scientist, Victor, who discovers a way to bring inanimate matter to life.
What is the name of Frankenstein's monster?
Shelley's Frankenstein is also seen as the first example of science fiction. The name Frankenstein is sometimes associated as a literary character with the monster in this novel. However, the monster has no name and Frankenstein refers to the scientist Victor Frankenstein, the creator of the monster.

Short summary of the story with Frankenstein in it

In this world-famous and often filmed story by Mary Shelly, we meet the physicist Victor Frankenstein, who has a very special story to tell. Frankenstein is after a monster. Not just any monster, but a creature he himself created and brought to life, now spreading fear and destruction all over the world! Despite looking terribly scary, the monster actually has a very gentle and sweet character. He would love to look normal and make friends, but he is condemned to live lonely and alone, because everyone is afraid of him and drives him away. Enraged and torn with grief, the monster sets out to find his maker to prove he's not a monster...or is he?


The Music Shop and Freddie Mercury from 'Queen'

Freddie Mercury was the lead singer of the band Queen. Born in 1946 and died in 1991. He passed away from Aids.
Jan van Haasteren the music store and Freddie Mercury


The Music Shop and Lee Towers with his Gold Microphone?

Yes, Lee Towers in the Music Store, with his gold microphone! Lee Towers was known for the gold microphone he always used during his performances.
Jan van Haasteren the music store and Lee Towers


The Music Shop and ZZ Top

ZZ Top is an American rock band from Houston, formed in 1969 by Billy Gibbons.
Jan van Haasteren the music store and ZZ Top


The Music Shop and AC/DC

AC/DC is an Australian rock band from Sydney. Nice detail: The group is named after the electricity that is indispensable to produce hard pop music: AC and DC. Note: it is almost invisible in the photo, but in black you can see the letters AC/DC.
Jan van Haasteren the music store and ACDC


Laying the puzzle

I made this puzzle on an neoprene puzzle mat from Puzzlup up to 3000 pieces† Very ideal, is a very large puzzle mat and all the pieces fit on it. As you can see I have already sorted out the straight edges:
Jan van hastenen explained the music store pieces including box

There is also a poster with the puzzle, that is always the case with a 2-in-1 combo box, because the image on the box is then very small. Hence always a poster with the 2-in-in combi box and the 3-in-1 combo box† You can clearly see how large the enclosed poster is, namely a bit smaller than the box. The puzzle box by Jan van Haasteren 1000 pieces has a size of 37 centimeters x 27,5 centimeters – the poster is therefore a bit smaller:
Jan van hastenen the music store box and poster

Also with this puzzle I didn't take many pictures (unfortunately!) and that is mainly because I did puzzles in the evening. Then the picture will not be so nice and clear. What was very difficult in any case, those were all the blue-ish walls in the music store. They looked very much alike. A challenge in itself. I started looking for the same colors together:
Jan van hastenen the music store after 35 hours

And as I mentioned, few pictures were taken unfortunately, I have already completed the puzzle here. Have to say that it was still a very nice puzzle, at first it seems quite boring and simple, but there are really a lot of details in it. Waited until the very last to put the pieces of the tire in the white clothing. It was very difficult to put:
Jan van hastenen finished the music store 95pct
And finally being able to complete the puzzle, very nice and again the compliments for Rob Derks!
Jan van hastenen finished the music store puzzle


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 1 - Rob Derks: Blue Slurf

Rob Derks creates his own recurring elements in every puzzle (and this one is one of them), but he also draws in the recurring and permanent elements of Jan van Haasteren.
Jan van haseren music store recurring element Rob Derks Blauwe Slurf


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 2 - Rob Derks: Blue Pen

Rob Derks creates his own recurring elements in every puzzle (and this one is one of them), but he also draws in the recurring and permanent elements of Jan van Haasteren.
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Rob Derks Blauwe Pen


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 3 - Rob Derks: Fat Boy

Rob Derks creates his own recurring elements in every puzzle (and this one is one of them), but he also draws in the recurring and permanent elements of Jan van Haasteren.
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Rob Derks Fat Boy


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 4 - Rob Derks: Twins

Rob Derks creates his own recurring elements in every puzzle (and this one is one of them), but he also draws in the recurring and permanent elements of Jan van Haasteren.
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Rob Derks Tweeling


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 5 - Rob Derks: Freddie Mercury

Rob Derks creates his own recurring elements in every puzzle (and this one is one of them), but he also draws in the recurring and permanent elements of Jan van Haasteren.
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Rob Derks Freddie Mercury


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 6 - Rob Derks: ZZ Top

Rob Derks creates his own recurring elements in every puzzle (and this one is one of them), but he also draws in the recurring and permanent elements of Jan van Haasteren.
Jan van haseren music store recurring element Rob Derks ZZ Top


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 7: 3 Peepholes or Bullet Holes

The 3 peepholes or bullet holes are common in the puzzles:
Jan van hasasteren music store recurring element 3 peepholes or bullet holes


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 8: 3x Calling

I didn't immediately see 3 bells, difficult to find like this between the guitars:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element 3x Calling


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 9: Baron van Tast tot Zeveren

Baron van Tast tot Zeveren is an old cartoon character that Jan van Haasteren used to draw and Rob Derks also drew him:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Baron van Tast tot Zeveren


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 10: The Glasses

Also difficult to find, but the Glasses are there:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Glasses


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 11: Fat woman or Mother-in-law

The Fat woman is there – that is the mother-in-law – and the father-in-law, and the father-in-law has to lift the purchased harp and that is not easy:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Fat woman or Mother-in-law


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 12: The Shark fin

Nice, shark fin present, the trademark of Jan van Haasteren:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Shark fin


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 13: The Hands

Hands are not very present, but there are a few:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Hands


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 14: Dog Max or Dalmatian Dog

Dog Max does his needs for a while:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Max or Dalmatian Dogje


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 15: Squid

Squid can play drums and what kind of drum kit, a VERY big one:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Squid


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 16: Krab

Crab is present:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Krab


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 17: Dentures

You could say that there are 2 dentures, the dentures of the Tax Inspector also fly out:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Dentures


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 18: Eyes

Not many Eyes present, but this one is :-)
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Oogjes


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 19: Boy Scouts

Scouts exist, they are not very common. Rob Derks has drawn many recurring elements in this puzzle:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Boy Scouts


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 20: Periscope

Also here the Periscope that look sad or tired, I've also seen this at the 'Nijmegen Four Days Marches':
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Periscope


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 21: Plasters

Where Jan van Haasteren himself often drew many plasters in a puzzle, Rob Derks seems less generous with it, there is only 1:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Plasters


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 22: Cat or Cat

This time the Cat is badly taken by the mouse, he is shocked:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Cat or Kat


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 23: Police and Boef

The police do see the crook inside the store:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Police and Boef - 1
And the crook sees that the police see him and he is quite shocked:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Police and Boef - 2


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 24: Red White Striped Cat

I almost missed this one, but found it anyway:
Jan van hasteneren music store recurring element Red White Striped Cat


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 26: Fart

The fart is very appropriate in the music store, it appears in many puzzles as a musical note:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Fart


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 27: Sinterklaas and Santa Claus

Arrrgg, Santa Claus annoys Sinterklaas by ringing bells very loudly:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Sinterklaas and Santa Claus


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 28: Ghost

Nice that ghost this time participates in the puzzle, usually he watches from above:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Ghost


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring Element 29: Super Snail

Super snail and friend turtle are present and as usual they are doing another competition:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Super Slak


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 30: Toothbrush

Check, toothbrush:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Toothbrush


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 31: Tax Official or Tax Inspector

Tax Official is hit by ZZ Top's guitar and his briefcase flies open:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Tax Inspector Tax Official


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 32: WC Touwtje

Toilet pull rope is there, also difficult to find:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element WC Touwtje


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 33: Saw, 2x

In the video I thought there is only 1x saw, but there are two, this is the first one:

And this is the second:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Saw - 2


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 34: Self-portrait Jan van Haasteren

Jan joins the band, using two pencils as drumsticks:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Self-portrait Jan van Haasteren


Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' - Recurring element 35: Black Spider on a thread

Very small and at the very top of the puzzle:
Jan van hastenen music store recurring element Black Spin on Thread


How long will it take you to complete this 1000 piece puzzle?

I made the puzzle 'Music Shop' in peace and took several days to complete it. Beautifully made on a puzzle mat on the floor in the living room. I do take the time, but not very precisely, it remains a hobby that puzzles! But to give you an idea of ​​how long it took me to complete this 1000 piece JvH puzzle:

  • Explaining the pieces: 25 minutes
  • Laying the edges = 25 minutes
  • Laying the rest of the pieces = 6 hours and 30 minutes
  • So it took me a total of 7 hours and 25 minutes to complete this puzzle. That is faster than it takes me on average over a JvH jigsaw puzzle, namely about 8 hours. I have to admit that sometimes I forgot to write down the time. So it will be about right. In any case, the puzzling was a lot of fun and that's the most important.

About Jumbo puzzles

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Jumbo (not to be confused with our supermarket Jumbo!) makes toys, games and puzzles. Jumbo, for example, has made the very well-known games such as “Human don't get annoyed” and “Stratego” and “PimPamPet”. Games that have been around for generations and are still widely played by both young and old. Jumbo has been making and developing toys since about 1900. In the early years of the company, only toys from other countries were imported to the Netherlands. However, since about 1930 it was decided to also make their own toys, at the time manufacturing wooden toys, which was very popular at the time. Almost all toys in those years were made of wood. An important spearhead was that the toys made by Jumbo had to be of very good quality; it had to be as strong as an Elephant. An elephant had to stand on it! The red elephant has been the hallmark of Jumbo's games and puzzles for years. The name Jumbo and the red elephant together form the logo from about 1935. The Jumbo elephant is drawn by Mr. Möhr. He worked at an advertising agency and regularly signed for Hausemann & Hötte. Mr Möhr was at one point commissioned to design a beautiful new elephant logo for the Hausemann & Hötte toys. The logo has changed a bit since then. For example, the eye has grown over the years and has dropped slightly more, resulting in a friendlier elephant.

In the past, the elephant was not only used in the color red, but in all kinds of colors such as blue, yellow, black, white and green. All those colors were cozy and playful. For example, one time there was a yellow elephant on the box and the other time a red one. It was usually looked at which color best matched the color of the box. It was not until the end of the 60s that the red elephant was definitively chosen. Red is a color that stands out and attracts attention.

From 1945 Jumbo also started to focus on games made of cardboard. Jumbo has therefore been a guarantee for strong quality for years! Jumbo is a unique Dutch company with a rich history, with its head office in Zaandam. About 130 employees work for Jumbo. With a turnover of €75 million, Jumbo is a medium-sized European player in toys. Jumbo has sales offices in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and the United Kingdom. They export to more than 25 countries around the world.

In 1980 Jumbo starts the production of Jan van Haasteren Puzzles.


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Jan van Haasteren 'The Music Shop' 1000 pieces - Specifications

EAN 8710126200490
Puzzle number 20049
Kind of product Jigsaw puzzle
Puzzle Theme Cartoon
Number of Pieces 1000
Quality mark CE
Target audience Children and adults
Type Puzzle Jigsaw puzzle
Brand Jumbo
Color Diverse
Material Board
Age From 10 years

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yes, topperrrrr!

I wrote the above review in February 2022. Beautiful drawing and puzzle made by Rob Derks, with many recurring elements. You can keep looking. Challenge: who will find AC/DC on the puzzle? Watch my video!

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