The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was the classic German combat plane of the Second World War. A worthy adversary of the Spitfire, it is familiar to those of a certain age in part because of the Airfix models that were such a popular toy in the 1960s and 1970s. The picture in this 1,000-piece jigsaw is Roy Cross's famous artwork for the Airfix kit of the German fighter.
Made in the Ice Age
This Pelmanism-style memory game features 24 pairs of picture cards from the popular film Ice Age 4: Continental Drift in which Scrat, the sabre-toothed squirrel, sets off a cataclysmic storm that casts the characters out to sea. The colourful cards feature the loveable gang from the movie, including Manny, Diego and Sid, as well as the pirates Captain Gutt, Flynn and Squint. Age 4+
London Underground Map Jigsaw
This 1,000-piece jigsaw shows the famous Tube map that has been evolving since the 1930s, when Harry Beck first had the idea of using the conventions of electrical schematic diagrams to map the London Underground system. Made up, the jigsaw measures 750x500mm.
Map of the World 1000 Piece Puzzle
Based on a vintage bihemispheric map of the world with collaged images evoking the adventure of travel, this absorbing puzzle measures 20 x 27" when complete. The pieces are made from at least 90 per cent recycled paper, and are packaged in a sturdy 8½ x 10 x 2⅛" box. Not suitable for children under three years of age. Age 6+
Dinosaurs 500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
These 500 large pieces make up a picture of dinosaurs dating from the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous Periods, with the sizes of the creatures, both flying and earthbound, portrayed accurately in relation to each other and in comparison with a human figure. The Apatosaurus is ridiculously large. Age 7+