What is the rarest Monopoly board game?

What is the rarest Monopoly board game?

Sidney Mobell Monopoly – $2 million (£1.5m) Created by San Francisco jeweler Sidney Mobell in 1988, the world's most valuable Monopoly set is made from fine 23ct gold, and boasts an impressive 165 gemstones, including 60 diamonds, 47 sapphires and 24 rubies.

What is the most expensive Monopoly game?

The world's most expensive incarnation of the Monopoly board game is headed to Wall Street. An 18-karat gold version of the famous Parker Brothers board game will be on display beginning Friday at the Museum of American Finance. The gold and jewel-encrusted Monopoly is estimated to be worth roughly $2 million.

How many Monopoly versions are there?

1144 versionsAt this moment the monopoly wiki has 1144 versions of the game, but it includes fictional editions (Monopoly Capitol City Edition from the Simpsons), predecessors (The Landlord's Game), and so on. Since you can make-your-own-opoly, there are effectively infinite Monopoly variations.

How many versions are there of Monopoly?

Are old board games worth money?

Some very old board games made in the 1800s and early 1900s can be worth quite a bit of money. For example, games like Monopoly or Scrabble, even if they date from the 1950s, are worth very little (though you may be able to sell pieces and parts to complete sets, and make a bit of money in that way).

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