Items in Category Coaching

THE DICKENS COACHING CALENDAR FOR 1911 3555
THE DICKENS COACHING CALENDAR FOR 1911
Set Title
CALENDAR FOR 1911
Item Comment

central images surrounded by smaller drawings, quotes, and monthly calendar pages, four large panels with titles connected to a larger cardboard and connected at the top with cord, titles are: THE PICKWICKIANS AND MR. ALFRED JINGLE START FOR ROCHESTER, THE MEETING OF PIP AND ESTELLA IN THE INN YARD, DAVID COPPERFIELD ARRIVES IN LONDON, and NICHOLAS NICKLEBY'S DEPARTURE FOR DOTHEBOYS HALL

A COUNTRY DRIVE 1903
A COUNTRY DRIVE
Set Title
scrap-numbered and marked as Tuck but not labelled as gigantic or giant relief
Item Comment

printed RTS easel trademark and numbers tags in brown

horse drawn carriage with TUCK advertisement on side 1935
horse drawn carriage with TUCK advertisement on side
Set Title
scrap-numbered and marked as Tuck but not labelled as gigantic or giant relief
Item Comment

one brown and one white horse pull a double decker carriage. BOWROAD TO OXFORD, OXFORD ST, MILE END, BURDETT RD., BANK, has large Tuck advertisement for FIRE SCREENS on the side of the top carriage. also comes with no number and the advertisement is for Tuck birthday cards

BELLES & BEAUX
BELLES & BEAUX
Set Title
TUCK'S ZAG-ZAW PICTURE PUZZLE 100-199 pieces
Set Comment

Zag-Zaw line of puzzles was first produced in 1909, all incorporate figurals or whimsies, sold in red or orange boxes with labels on the side or bottom of the box, most without guide pictures. Initially cut non-interlocking but by 1930's became more so. Puzzles have a different cuts so that the same image will come in several versions which means that missing pieces can not be taken from other puzzles with the same image. See also Bob Armstrong's website on old jigsaw puzzles

Item Comment

about 100 pieces, several whimsies

IN THE PARK
IN THE PARK
Set Title
TUCK'S ZAG-ZAW PICTURE PUZZLE 100-199 pieces
Set Comment

Zag-Zaw line of puzzles was first produced in 1909, all incorporate figurals or whimsies, sold in red or orange boxes with labels on the side or bottom of the box, most without guide pictures. Initially cut non-interlocking but by 1930's became more so. Puzzles have a different cuts so that the same image will come in several versions which means that missing pieces can not be taken from other puzzles with the same image. See also Bob Armstrong's website on old jigsaw puzzles

Item Comment

over 100 pieces