Presented to me at the San Francisco Puzzle Parley, April 13, 2007, in recognition for my contributions to the jigsaw puzzle world. Plywood, interlocking, most sections cut along color lines, 2 layered, 70 figure pieces, cut with 37 special cutting techniques, nearly every cutting style imaginable and many personalized features. Melinda Shebell, Stow, MA organized and designed the puzzle, tracked down copies of the Ludovici's prints, created the composite scene on her computer and with Mark Cappitella's assistance printed the picture, enlisted 13 other makers from around the country to cut sections, herself cut the entire top level and all the white background in the bottom level as well one of the sections and the works of Dickens in the center. Describing this puzzle as "incredible", "unique", "finest", "greatest" is not an exaggeration. The entire story and full analysis of the puzzle's many features is described in the "Full of the Dickens" section of my site.