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But if you were never into Monopoly, chances are some of your other toys could be also worth a tidy sum.
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The seller claims it has become "impossible to find" in retail stores anywhere.
This Monopoly was made in 1936 and is in "very good condition for its age", according to its seller.
Some limited-editions of the game are now fetching nearly £450 on e Bay, so it might be time to dig out your old boards and sell them.
The classic game, which costs about £17, was launched back in 1935 and is known for seriously testing family friendships.
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In this game, the houses and hotels are clubhouses and playgrounds, while the tokens are the character from the series - Stan, Kyle, Cartman, Kenny, Butters, and Chef.
It recently fetched AU 9 or about £287 on e Bay probably due to its rarity and excellent condition.
For decades, people have passed "Go" and collected 0, all the way back to when your grandparents were little kids. The Monopoly game is based on Atlantic City, New Jersey. Charles Darrow first developed the Monopoly game in 1933. The banker is authorized to act as a temporary ‘mint’ to print more notes. There have been more than 300 licensed versions of the Monopoly game developed themed with topics such as sports teams and movies. Countries that sell the Monopoly game include Bolivia, Finland, Egypt, Japan, Panama, and Slovakia. The Monopoly game is sold in over 100,000 retail stores. The highest rent property on the Monopoly game board varies by region. S., it is named “Boardwalk” after a street in Atlantic City. Real money for escapees was slipped into the packs of Monopoly money. In the 1970’s, a Braille edition of the Monopoly game was created for the visually impaired. In 1972, the Commissioner of Public Works in Atlantic City, threatened to change the names of the real Baltic and Mediterranean Avenues, but public outcry vetoed the bill. In 1978, the Neiman Marcus Christmas catalog offered a chocolate version of the Monopoly game priced at 0. In 1998, celebrated San Francisco jeweler Sidney Mobell created the most expensive Monopoly set in the world valued at million. In 1990, the Monopoly Junior game first introduces kids under eight years old to the favorite fast-dealing property trading game. Tokens from the United States Monopoly: Here & Now Edition were flown into space aboard Space Shuttle Atlantis in 2007. In 2008, nearly 3,000 Monopoly fans around the world united to set the world record for the most people playing the game at the same time. In 2008, Mediterranean and Baltic Avenue properties changed from purple to brown and the colors of the "Go" square changed from red to black. In 2008, after a worldwide vote, Montreal was chosen to represent the most expensive property on the Monopoly: Here and Now World game board. The Monopoly game was introduced for the i Phone in 2008. In 2010, residents of Canada, Turkey, Russia, Korea, Peru and Hong Kong voted to create updated versions of the Monopoly game for their area. In 2011, the Monopoly Millionaire game upped the ante by changing the rules: The first player to make a million dollars wins. In the 2013 Monopoly “Save Your Token” campaign, fans voted to replace the iron token with a new cat token. In 2013, the Monopoly Empire game introduced top brands in place of real estate and fresh, fast game play allowing fans to play a game in under 30 minutes. In 2014, Monopoly fans globally debated on Facebook which of their favorite "House Rules” Hasbro should add to the classic Monopoly game. The “House Rules” added to the classic Monopoly game in 2014 were: Free parking, fast cash, dash for the cash, frozen assets, see the sights and lucky roller. In 2014, the Monopoly game allowed players to personalize their own game at home with their own photos. Every few years, national champions from around the globe meet for the Monopoly World Championships tournament. The Monopoly World Championships has taken place in locations including Tokyo, Monte Carlo, and Toronto. The first winner of the Monopoly World Championships was Lee Bayrd from the United States.