Mapit

“Mapit” war map card game published by Geographia Ltd, 55 Fleet Street, London E.C., c.1940s

“Mapit No 10 The Balkans and Eastern Europe” war map card game published by Geographia Ltd, 55 Fleet Street, London E.C. The date is certainly during the second World War, c.1940. It’s a kind of cross between a jig-saw and dominoes and is described on the box as “fascinating, educational & entertaining”. “Mapit” consists of 98 cards cut out from a war map which when placed together form a full map. The cards have been made by sticking a whole map to card and then cutting into game cards. See the Rules

“Mapit” war map card game published by Geographia Ltd, 55 Fleet Street, London E.C., c.1940s “Mapit” war map card game published by Geographia Ltd, 55 Fleet Street, London E.C., c.1940s

Above: “Mapit No 10 The Balkans and Eastern Europe” war map card game published by Geographia Ltd, 55 Fleet Street, London E.C. c.1940. 98 pieces.

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