Carnaby Street Ravensburger Puzzles

Ravensburger Puzzle Carnaby Street Scooter Vespa Lambretta

Ravensburger has released these two puzzles of modettes taking over Carnaby Street. One features what looks to be a Lambretta looking for parking. To see other scooter related Ravensburger puzzles we’ve featured click here.

Here’s the description from Amazon:

“Two wonderfully bright and colourful 500-piece puzzles in one box. Both scenes are painted by popular artist Trevor Mitchell, who specializes in nostalgic scenes. The scenes capture all the fun, excitement and colour of Carnaby Street, London in the swinging 1960s. One scene shows an interior of a boutique with customers browsing all the clothes on the rails, and includes wonderful details on the fabrics, shoes and handbags. The other scene shows an exterior scene and is based on photographs taken at the time. In the 1960s you could drive down Carnaby Street, and the buildings were bristling with bright colours and signs and the street was crowded with dedicated followers of fashion. Ravensburger adult puzzles are made using “Softclick Premium Puzzle” technology. This uses thicker and stronger board (manufactured especially for Ravensburger), and hand-crafted cutting tools resulting in strong, smooth and dust-free pieces with a superb fit.”

Ravensburger Carnaby Street 500 Piece Puzzles

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3 thoughts on “Carnaby Street Ravensburger Puzzles

  1. Pingback: Carnaby Street Ravensburger Puzzles | The Mod Generation

  2. I don’t recall Carnaby St looking like this in the early 60’s when shopping at John Stephens original shop! In fact it was a pretty down-at-heel area, with a couple of ‘greasy spoon’ caffs and a hardware shop that had buckets, bins, and brushes hanging from the shopfront! This is a picture of the much later ‘tourist trail’ Carnaby St.

  3. Hey Chris, Agreed. Not that I ever saw Carnaby Street until 2005. The clothes the girls are wearing are a bit too flower power for the early 60s so late 60s then. I’ve read that most mods had fled the area by then. Thanks for the nostalgia!

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