Generally sealed copies tend to sell for around twice as much as an unsealed copy. I would say that the game could maybe sell for around $60-80. You might have to be patient though as you have to find someone who is interested in the game to get maximum value. PermalinkNormally I wouldn’t have thought the game would be worth very much as Monopoly clones are usually not worth a lot of money.
- In this day and age of video games, short attention spans, and electronic overload; board games have become forgotten in many circles.
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- The other day I was looking at what the recent top selling board games are – to see what consumers feel are the best board games.
- Sadly, I cannot remember the last time I’ve spent any quality time with a board game.
- These best selling lists have some great family board games and card games – a ton of which we haven’t posted reviews of.
- But if you like to get a glimpse of what a game is like before you buy it, then definitely take a look at our game reviews lists and see which we’ve rated the highest.
I am guessing it was a game that was created to be sold as a souvenir for people visiting Las Vegas. Most states seem to have these type of games that are made by local publisher that try to cash in on local attractions. Unfortunately I can’t really tell you much more about the game as I have never seen it before and I couldn’t find anything online. Based on what these type of games are normally like, I would guess that it is either a Monopoly style game or a trivia game about Las Vegas. If you were interested in the value of the game, all I can offer is an educated guess as it doesn’t appear that any copies have sold recently online.
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I personally don’t own the game so the only information I have on it is whatever I can find online. I did some quick research on the value and I couldn’t find the game for sale on Amazon. I would say around $50 would have been around what I would have tried to sell it for. I would guess you could sell it for that much if you wanted to sell it on eBay. With it being more of an unknown game though I would caution you that it might take a while to sell the game for that price. There is a good chance that you may have to list it a couple times before it actually sells.
First of all does the game have the outer box and all of the components? The game will still have value if it is not in great shape but it will be worth even more if it is in good shape due to its age. PermalinkHello, I found a 1890s board game at a auction last week .
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On the positive side the game actually appears to be pretty rare. I make this assumption because there isn’t a lot of information about the game online and there are a couple users on Board Game Geek, who are more familiar with the game, discussing its rarity. In addition to the game probably being rare, it is one of those niche games that tend to be valuable. Games based on real events that also include some interesting mechanics generally sell for more than games that are like many other games. I am guessing you are talking about this version of The Great Train Robbery? If so it is a 1975 board game which recreates the “Great Train Robbery” of 1963 which occurred in England.
I was surprised to find out that the game is worth more than I was expecting. I am guessing this is mostly because the game was made by Waffle House. While the game is not for sale on Amazon, I did find two copies on eBay that recently sold for $40. These copies were used as well so your copy should be worth more.