INCLUDED: The equipment consists of a (1) playing board, six (6) playing pieces, twenty four (24) paintings, twenty four (24) value cards, play money, clips for holding together paintings and value cards, one (1) die and six (6) biography cards. Box lid is very good with only general surface wear. Contents are near new with minimal signs of aging and wear.
- Count Francois Du Bonnet
- Millicent Friendly
- Baron Dietrich von Oberlitzer
- Roxy Big D Warrenson, Dallas, Texas, U.S.A.
- V, Elton Whitehall Esq.
- Bitsy Rich Wong Dobrowski Keyes
"Going once, going twice...SOLD!" For years families have thrilled to the excitement and fun of the MASTERPIECE game. Now you can join the tradition and make your mark in the high-stakes world of an international art auction, where the excitement is in the bidding -- and the fun is in the bluffing! Rembrandt...Cezanne...Monet. Tonight, 24 works by the world`s greatest painters will go on the auction block. And with a shrewd eye for a deal, you can bid and bluff your way to the largest fortune in paintings and cash. See a picture you like? What will you bid -- $1 million? $10 million? Of course, it could turn out to be a worthless forgery. Try to buy low and sell high...and if you can pass off a fake as the real thing, take the money and run! It`s the classic MASTERPIECE game...Now, who`ll start the bidding?"
Object: The game ends when the last painting and value card are drawn from the board. Players add up their cash and the values of their paintings to determine their total assets. The player having the greatest total assets is the winner.
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I will let the over sized images do the talking. Overall Condition Is Excellent
NOTE: © 1970 Parker Brothers, Inc., Salem Massachusetts Made In U.S.A.