An Interlox puzzle made by Madmar Quality Co, Utica, NY in the 1930's. Plywood, interlocking. Dickens purchased Gad’s Hill Place in 1856 after his great success as a novelist and finally settled there permanently in 1860. Perhaps his happiest moments were at Gad’s Hill (along with some of his saddest). The house can still be visited (31 miles outside London) by arrangement with the occupier. Plans are underway to restore it, starting with a fund drive.