From 1932 on Tuck
produced a special series of 4
The sturdy card box
are not orange as most Zag-Zaw’s of the time
are, but white, blue, maroon, or bright red. Handsome silver lettering and an
arctic scene decorates the lid. On the box label is printed: Tuck’s
The subjects are: 1.
“Sir Wilfred on Board ‘Strathcona’.”
by B.Gribble 2.
The subjects are:
1. “Sir Wilfred on Board ‘Strathcona’.” by B.Gribble
3. “Hospital Ship ‘Strathcona’ in Winter Quarters.” by B.Gribble
4. “St. Anthony
– Headquarters of the Grenfell
The puzzles were sold at the Grenfell shops in major cities at $3,- (which was quite expensive).
These puzzles are relatively rare and collectors paid in 2005 anywhere from $150 to $250.
Pictures: courtesy of Anne D. Williams, this section based on her article in GPC Quartery, vol. 6, number 1, march 2005