Test your puzzling skills with these jigsaws created from some of the more striking images in the Modern Records Centre's archive collections. If you want to make them more (or less) challenging, change the number of pieces using the symbol made up of 9 small squares.
A Bright New Year
This celebratory Victorian New Year card was published by Raphael Tuck & Sons, and is included in the Cyclists' Touring Club archives. The illustration features a sunny scene, with a sporting cyclist balanced on his penny farthing.
The Peoples' Olympiad
This poster was produced to promote the Peoples' Olympiad at Barcelona in 1936, intended to be an anti-fascist alternative to the Berlin Olympics. The Olympiad was cancelled due to the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War days before the event was due to start. The document is included in the archives of the Trades Union Congress.
Tea and biscuits
'Biscuits keep you going' - an inspired Second World War publicity image included in the archives of the Cake and Biscuit Alliance Ltd.
Take Your Choice
This leaflet was produced by the Labour Party in 1939 and shows contrasting images to promote policies on food supply, nutrition and social welfare. The document is included in the archives of the Transport and General Workers' Union.
Dig and Eat
This striking poster was created to promote use of allotments in industrial areas. It was published in 1931 by the Central Allotments Committee and is included in the archives of the Trades Union Congress.