Hidden Titles is a rare, antique card game that is “fun for parties,” as the promotion on the game box indicates. This family card game was produced in 1910 by Parker Brothers of Salem, Massachusetts. The object of the game is to be the player who identifies the most city, town or other geographical references throughout the game.
After more than a century of age, the box cover of Hidden Titles still remains bright, but it is spotted and a bit discolored as well as pressed inward, and it has a few frayed edges. The black-and-white illustrations on the cards are crisp, but many of the cards have spots and have discolored from age. The instruction pamphlet is in fair condition, being a bit discolored and with a few tears. The promotional card for other Parker Brothers products is also included. Please review the accompanying photographs to note condition issues.
Hidden Titles is a unique party card game that provides hours of family entertainment. Because of its historic geographical content, Hidden Titles would make for a wonderful gift for a geography teacher as well as for a collector of antique card games.