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1961 Monopoly ~ Real Estate Trading Game Equipment

This one has 7 tokens/player pieces.
All 28 Real Estate cards!
Plastic Houses and Hotels and 2 Dice!

~official rules are available here:


The classic real estate game. Buy properties, build houses and hotels, collect rent from fellow players. Repeat as necessary until everyone else is bankrupt.

Monopoly was patented in 1935 by Charles Darrow and released by Parker Brothers. The game was actually one of a number of variants in existence at the time, all of which date back to an earlier, 1904 game by Elizabeth J. Magie, called The Landlord's Game. Magie was a proponent of the Single Tax put forth by famous author Henry George. The game was designed to show how the Single Tax would work - players could choose to play under regular rules or alternate "Single Tax" rules.

The game didn't really go anywhere and Magie lost interest in it. Variations of the game evolved, however, and homemade versions traveled up and down the Atlantic coast and even as far west as Michigan and Texas, being developed all along the way. Eventually the game was noticed by Charles Darrow who introduced it to the world in its current form.


* The Landlord's Game

Expanded by:


* Monopoly Stock Exchange Add-on
* Monopoly Free Parking Mini Game
* Monopoly Get Out of Jail Mini Game


* Super Add-ons: Monopoly
* Entrepreneur's Accessory to Monopoly
* Game Spice: Monopoly Expansion
* Mafiopoly
* Monopoly: Mob Rule Expansion Deck

Vintage 1961 Parker Brothers Monopoly Board Game. Real Estate Trading Boardgame Equipment in Box.


  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: cardboard, plastic, paper, pewter
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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