|Among Colleen Packrat's many prized possessions is a collection of nine Darby
jugs brought back from her recent trip to England. Each of the jugs is molded
in the likeness of a famous person or character or of a representative of a facet
of English society. Colleen was overjoyed to find each jug at a great flea market
price in a different English city. The jugs are shown one to a space in a
3x3 (3 shelves with 3 equal spaces on each shelf) display case. Can you decide
which Darby jug Colleen purchased in which city and where it sits in the display?
(Note: spaces are designated upper left across and then down to lower left
facing the case.)
- The Darby jug Colleen picked up in Durham sits in the space directly above
that occupied by the "Gamekeeper" jug.
- The jug in the top left space isn't the one bought in Gloucester.
- On one shelf, the "Old Tar" and the jug purchased in Dover sit in adjacent
- The "Robin Hood" jug is flanked on one shelf by the "Fox Hunter" and the
collectible Colleen found in Blackpool.
- The "Grenadier" is displayed directly above the London jug, which sits in
the space directly above "King Henry VIII"'s.
- Colleen didn't buy the "Bobby" in Dover.
- The "Barrister" jug and the one bought in York don't sit above or below
each other in the case.
- The Darby jug discovered in Blackpool isn't the "Gamekeeper" or the "Henry VIII."
- On one shelf, the jug purchased in Plymouth sits between the one Colleen
copped in Coventry and her favorite jug, the "Sherlock Holmes."
- Neither the "Fox Hunter" nor the "Robin Hood" jug was acquired in Durham.
- The jug Colleen bought in Bristol isn't on the top shelf of the display.
- Colleen's London find isn't the "Sherlock Holmes" jug.