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Peanut (Stewart Coffin)
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Peanut (Mark McCallum)
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Peanut - Partially Assembled (Mark McCallum)
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Peanut (Bart Buie)
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Peanut - Partially Assembled (Bart Buie)
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Peanut (Bart Buie)
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Designer:Stewart Coffin
Craftsman:Stewart Coffin (1st)
Mark McCallum (2nd & 3rd)
Bart Buie (4th, 5th & 6th)
Category:Interlocking
Material:Unknown (1st)
Australian Lacewood (2nd & 3rd)
Cherry (4th & 5th)
Zebrawood (6th)
Pieces:6

The Peanut puzzle is made from thirty-six octahedral blocks glued into six dissimilar pieces. The six pieces can be joined into a closed loop making several different shapes. Stewart made 30 from 1986 to 1989. Number 67 in his numbering system.
 
More information in The Puzzling World of Polyhedral Dissections
Puzzle World 1997-2012 by John Rausch
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