Made by Tuck & Sons, London, England c.1910. Plywood, semi-interlocking, 60 figure pieces. Artist:Albert Ludovici, Jr. Issued in box very different from regular Zag-Zaw boxes used for all other puzzles seen in series. Box cover displays bust of Charles Dickens and describes series as, "Dickens Centenary Zag-Zaw". I had to rebuild box but left cover as is after removing old scotch tape. Missing box pieces may have contained label with title, number of pieces, series number D.15. Possibly, series was issued in this box style when Tuck first started to issue puzzles in the series in 1910, but as volume built Tuck switched to its regular Zag-Zaw box. Or, maybe puzzle with special box was issued in 1912, the 100th anniversary of Dickens' birth in 1812. In any event, only a few were issued as they are so rare today (I know of no others). Note in box states Salisbury Cathedral is in background. From Dickens' "Martin Chuzzlewit".