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The Great Hexagon Puzzle and Game - WW2 Game

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The Great Hexagon Puzzle and Game, created by the Playthings Company in Toronto Ontario, was a puzzle game most likely designed for military personnel and was probably found in military commissaries & stores. Due to the small package size and that the top of it reads, "A Puzzle for Overseas", it could be implied that this was a creation for servicepeople heading over to Europe for World War II.

The Great Hexagon Puzzle and Game, created by the Playthings Company in Toronto Ontario, was a puzzle game most likely designed for military personnel and was probably found in military commissaries & stores. Due to the small package size and that the top of it reads, "A Puzzle for Overseas", it could be implied that this was a creation for servicepeople heading over to Europe for World War II (but let's not rule out the Korean War). Other than that, not much is known about this game since there's nary a scant other one out there on the Internet. To our knowledge this is the only known copy to exist (online, at least).

Condition: Beat up outer paper packaging, but all 19 hexagons pieces are present. Game sheet is in nice condition. Instructions are printed on the game sheet, making this item a complete set.

TAGS: WW2 unique puzzles militaria 1940s

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The Great Hexagon Puzzle and Game -  WW2 Game

The Great Hexagon Puzzle and Game - WW2 Game

The Great Hexagon Puzzle and Game, created by the Playthings Company in Toronto Ontario, was a puzzle game most likely designed for military personnel and was probably found in military commissaries & stores. Due to the small package size and that the top of it reads, "A Puzzle for Overseas", it could be implied that this was a creation for servicepeople heading over to Europe for World War II.

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