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Mechanically this is a simple puzzle with four intersecting circles. Innovative is the fact that one can only see the side of the pieces which is still enough to solve it.

This is an Intersecting Circles puzzle, but with an opaque frame, so one can only see the puzzle from the "side view". There is still enough information to deduce where each colour belongs, but it should be a bit disorienting despite the core puzzle being quite simple.
The configuration is a quadrupled version of the "TRIvial circles" which allows the puzzle to resemble the shape of the fidget spinner.
Image 5 shows the mechanism of the puzzle. Even without the opaque frame it would be the first puzzle in the museum with this configuration.



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