A “Pastime Game” made by Trad.Co. late Perry & Co, England. Plywood, semi-interlocking, cut along color lines. Artist: Cecil Aldin. From Ch. 27, Dickens' "Pickwick Papers": "Sam looked round in the direction whence the voice proceeded. It came from a rather stout lady of comfortable appearance, who was seated beside the fire-place in the bar, blowing the fire to make the kettle boil for tea. She was not alone, for on the other side of the fire-place, sitting bolt upright in a high-backed chair, was a man in thread-bare black clothes, with a back almost as long and stiff as that of the chair itself..."