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Western introduced boxed games and jigsaw puzzles in 1923 after purchasing a 38-inch by 52-inch Potter offset press.[1] By 1925, sales exceeded $1 million. Western added another subsidiary, the Western Playing Card Company[2] after purchasing the Sheffer Playing Card Company.[1] In 1929, Western purchased a Chicago stationery and greeting card manufacturer, Stationer's Engraving Company.[1] Another subsidiary was K.K. Publications, named after Kay Kamen, manager of character merchandising at Walt Disney Studios from 1933 to 1949.[3] K.K. Publications became defunct during the mid/late 1960s.[citation needed]