I first started to play Monopoly in the Summer of 1960. I remember
playing with a neighbor and friend Peter Ganz. In the years to follow we played this
game from morning to night, sometimes completing 5 to 6 games a day. We got
so good that we memorized all the rents for houses and hotels for any
properties. Sometimes the game would erupt into a major fight or one of us would be
called away but we would always finish a game we started. I would like to hear from any
collectors of "Monopoly" to acquire any memorabilia I can
get. Listed below is my collection.
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Christmas Ornament (Tree decorated in Monopoly items) , 1995, Enesco
Monopoly Companion Book, by Philip Orbanes, 1988, Bob Adams Inc.
Monopoly Watch, Limited Edition 10,000, Innovation Time Corp. 1994
Minature "Monopoly" game board, by Town Square Minatures
Monopoly game 60th Anniversary Limited Edition 1995
Monopoly fridge magnet "Collect $200. Salary as you pass Go" 1984, Carlton
Monopoly "Title Deed" various fridge magnets: Community Chest, Luxury Tax,
Oriental, Connecticut, Vermont, Tennessee, St. James Place, New York, Baltic (2),
Mediteranean, Park Place, Illinois, Indiana (2), Marvin Gardens (3), No. Carolina (3), 1984, Carlton