Vintage Board Games: Some are Worth Thousands

There was a day and age when board games weren’t mass-produced in the same manner as today. So, it’s only natural for some of these games to hold quite a bit of value.

Here are some of the most valuable vintage board games, along with an approximate value of each:

• Be a Manager (1967): $1,500

• Fortune (1935): $1,350

• Swift Meats Major League Baseball Game (1957): $1,100

• Haunted House (1962): $800

• The Elvis Presley Game (1957): $800

• Monopoly (1933): $750

• Lost in Space 3D Action Fun Game (1966): $750

• Moon Mullins Game (1927): $600

• Boris Karloff’s Monster Game (1965): $500

• La Bataille de Deutsch-Wagram (1981): $500

Keep in mind that these are the original versions of each game. Some of the more popular board games, such as Monopoly, are still made to this day. However, due to mass production, modern versions don’t hold much value.

Maybe you remember playing some of these games when you were a child. Or perhaps you still have one or two of these in your home somewhere. Either way, you may want to learn more about their origins and value.

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