Being offered is a beautifully framed puzzle of a Victorian woman in a rocker. The puzzle is of Renoir's By the Seashore. This was purchased in Bedford County, PA at an antique and collectibles shop which sits at the bottom of a mountain in the middle of nowhere.
I can tell you this though it is in good repair and presents itself well. I think even those who don't like puzzles might like this old framed one. The outer frame measures 22' by 19". The gold-colored liner measures 18" by 15-1/2" and the puzzle 17" by 14 with 400 puzzle pieces give or take. The puzzle is covered by plain glass.
From Wikipedia: The first references to any kind of jigsaw puzzle accessory can be found around 1900 when a "Frame" was first included in Dutch jigsaw puzzle boxes so that a completed puzzle could be permanently saved. The idea was not successful and was soon discontinued. A similar fate befell the mahogany and walnut "Puzzle Trays" that were advertised in Viking's Picture Puzzle Weekly in America during the 1930s.