Made by Tuck/Zag-Zaw, London, England in 1930's. Plywood, interlocking, 8 figure pieces. Artist: Harold Copping. From Ch. ?, Dickens’ "The Chimes". Describing Meg: “Bright eyes they were. Eyes that would bear a world of looking in, before their depth was fashioned. . .Eyes that were beautiful and true, and beaming with Hope."