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#1 posted 08-03-2013 01:10 AM

Years ago, almost decades ago, we made a ton of these puzzles and sold them. Most of our designs came out of coloring books that were on sale at KMart or other places. We were never approached by anyone saying that our designed were copyrighted. Of course we never sold to the general public – just word of mouth. They used to sell well. If you are concerned, spend some time modifying the overall design so that it is no longer a direct copy of a copyrighted work. I would worry more about those that sell the bean bag boards with a college insignia on them. For the most part those are copyrighted and I have heard of the powers to be going after these folks as their University of Texas, Alabama, or North Carolina symbols on the boards were exact matches. Those are so much easier to spot than a simple dinosaur design. Just my thoughts but overall, I agree with Stefang. Good luck!

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