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  • Wooden Train stores in pockets in front and behind the child's name
  • Wooden Train comes with the stool and fits on the carved track
  • Engrave birth information or your own personal message on the bottom of the stool
  • Engrave all of the baby's birth information on the bottom of the stool
  • Engrave your personal message on the bottom of the stool

Locomotive Name Puzzle Stool

$99.00
SKU:
303
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Shipping: Free Shipping (Continental US Only)
Allow approximately 2 weeks for delivery


Product Description

 

  • This special Name Puzzle Stool comes with the Missouri 440 Locomotive and its tender as well as a carved track on the top of the step stool for instant play.
  • 7 LETTERS MAXIMUM on this Name Stool: One name only please
  • **ENGRAVE BIRTH INFORMATION OR YOUR PERSONAL MESSAGE ON BOTTOM OF STEP STOOL**
  • Name Stool stands 9 inches off the ground, step stool top dimensions are 9 x 24 inches and made with a solid piece of our furniture grade Ponderosa Pine wood.
  • **FREE SHIPPING in the continental U.S. for these Name Puzzle Stools**
  • All Name Puzzle Stool finishes are water based and non-toxic
  • Allow approximately 2 weeks for delivery of this Name Stool.

Here is a little history on the toy locomotive that comes with this Name Stool. The Hannibal & St. Joseph Railroad was the first railroad to cross Missouri starting in Hannibal in the northeast and going to St. Joseph, Missouri, in the northwest. It is most famous for delivering the first letter to the Pony Express on April 3, 1860, from a railway post office car pulled behind the locomotive Missouri.

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Product Reviews

  1. Perfect gift

    Posted by Craig and Shelley on 9th May 2012

    Thank-You for your families personal attention. Shelley and I just had a baby
    boy and received a stool for Curtis our son. We loved it. He will enjoy it
    for many years.
    So of course when our friends had Jake we immediatley knew the perfect gift.
    Thanks Again.


  2. Great idea

    Posted by Susan on 9th May 2012

    Thanks! My son received one as a gift and after 3.5 years it still gets
    played with and also used everyday. Good product :)


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