At first sight, you may think this was not an officially licensed Disney product, and you might be right. However, several of the puzzle boxes I've come across have “FOREIGN” stamped on the bottom, something that has been seen on other products from that era which were Disney-approved. The marking also leads to the assumption that they were made for export.
Each puzzle cube measures 1.5" across and has a lithographed illustration attached to all six sides. Included with the set are six separate paper sheets showing what the assembled images should look like. Four are loose, one is attached to the outside of the box, and the other is on the underside of the lid.
This first example features a box cover with the Dwarfs' discovery of Snow White. The box itself is made of wood. Definitely a rare one!
The four loose sheets in this set include the Dwarfs marching home.
Snow White surrounded by the Dwarfs.
Evil Queen at the Mirror, Huntsman with heartbox, and Prince sneaking over wall to have a better look at Snow by the (wishing) well.
The Witch with Snow White and the poison apple.
Inside the hinged wooden box is the final scene, the Prince's arrival at Snow White's coffin.
The bottom of the box reads “FOREIGN”.
Wooden Box images courtesy of CollectingCollectibles.com.
Several variations in the box design were produced, with most simply fashioned from paperboard. No manufacturer markings anywhere on this edition. Measures 8" x 6.5".
Another example sports red-colored sides and a different cover image. Also, a bottom-stamp that reads "Made in Czechoslovakia". Since the Nazis took control of this region in 1939, it's likely this puzzle was produced at the time of the film's 1938 release.
Under the lid.
A marching Dwarfs box cover, though no red sides panels.
And now the completed puzzles...
Red Box Cover + Completed Puzzles courtesy of Rick Payne at dadric's attic.
It's always a treat when such a simple thing as a child's toy can offer a glimpse into another time, and in this case, also to some very early Snow White artwork!