The 6 Most Expensive Board Games

By on February 22, 2012 in ArticlesEntertainment

A copy of Yahtzee or Monopoly will cost you no more than $20 at your local store, but, as with all things in life, board games also come in more expensive varieties. Here are a few examples—These are the six most expensive board games in the world.

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6. Monopoly French Edition (1957), $2,541

5. 19th-century Coromandel Games Compendium, $2,795

4. Fox and Geese (1830), $17,788

3. Monopoly Atlantic City (1933), $114,343

2. Charles Hollander Backgammon Set, $4.83 million

1. Bejewelled Chess Set with gold, platinum, diamonds and rubies, $9.91 million

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