Bicester grandmother completes world's largest jigsaw

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The world's largest commercially available jigsaw - according to Guinness World Records - has been completed by a grandmother from Oxfordshire.

Rosemary Mulvaney from Bicester took nine months to complete the 32,256-piece puzzle, released by Ravensburger.

She said she was "so pleased" to finish the 17ft 10in (5.2m) long and 6ft 4in (1.8m) wide puzzle.

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