Raphael Tuck (1821-1900) was a prolific producer of some of the most collectible valentines of the late 18th and early 19th Century. Produced valentines for all tastes and price ranges. The valentines were designed in England and produced in Germany. Prior to 1882 his company was Raphael Tuck and Company. After 1882, it was known as Raphael Tuck and Sons. Tuck was also a prolific producer of children's books and paper dolls and toys. Raphael Tuck's London headquarters was total destroyed in 1940 as a result of WWII. All pre-1940 records were destroyed. Some collecting favorites of Tuck include the marionette or articulated valentines, the honeycomb hidden message valentines with Frances Brundage illustrations, mechanical die-cuts and many more. We're offering a variety of Tuck valentines for your viewing pleasure and purchase.