Tuck's Jazz Picture Puzzles

So far, I have only seen these advertised in a Tuck's catalogue of about 1930. 

The ad in the 1930 catalogue reads:

The puzzle in a sealed attractive jazz-coloured box and tied with coloured silk ribbon, with a miniature picture at the bottom of the box, makes a pretty as well as a fascinating gift for young and old.

There is an excellent choice to be made from a varied range of beautifully coloured pictures and interesting subjects.

These puzzles are finely and cleverly cut out of three-ply wood. Made in Fifteen Sizes

pieces 50 75 100 150 200 250 300 350 400 500 600 750 1000 1250 1500
prize 1/6 2/6 3/6 5/- 6/6 7/6 9/- 10/6 12/- 15/- 18/- 22/6 30/- 37/6 45/-

So these puzzles had a small guiding picture at the bottom of the box. We see the addition of small pictures to the box emerging all  over Europe in the early 1930's

Anne William has a puzzle from this series. With her permission I give pictures of the box, the puzzle and the multi part figure pieces.

The box is 4.75" x 8.25" x 2", the puzzle is  11" x 7.5"