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Masterpiece - The Art Auction Game


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  • The Classic Art Auction Game
  • Ages 8 to Adult
  • 3 to 6 Players
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  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • ASIN: B000MZZMVA
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 8 years and up
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #47,481 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (19 customer reviews)
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MASTERPIECE: "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? Game includes: Game board 6 Movers 24 Painting cards Display easel 42 Value cards 6 Value charts Millions in play money die

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14 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Eric M. Beaver on February 1, 2007
What a WONDERFULY **FUN** classic!! I found this at a thrift store for almost nothing; what a TREASURE!!! My 9yods and 4yodd beg to play again and again. Cards have many great artist and materpieces such as Dega, Van Gough, Cassat, Renior, Rembrant, Wood, Rubens, Homer, Picasso, Pollock, Toulouse, Monet, Velazquez and more. You can even add your own. I print out a picture and glue it to a 3x5 card and write the info on the back. I also add a rule, that whomever is able to guess the artist or name of the painting when it goes up for auction, gets an extra $50,000 from the bank. You get to compete with each other and auction the paintings; whomever makes the highest bid keeps the painting and draws a money card to see what it's really worth. It could be worth anywhere from "Forgery" ($0) to $1 million. No one knows how much the paintings are really worth until after you purchase it and draw a card. You can even bid on others' paintings if they land on "Private Auction", or buy others' paintings for various amounts, depending on what space you land on. The game says that it is for ages 12 and up, but my I would put it more at 7-8 and up. My 4yodd played it although she didn't really understand about bidding and selling. It requires a minimum of 3 players, and the max is only limited by the amount of money that can be doled out from the bank. Don't miss this one!!!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Corney on April 8, 2009
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I bought the 1970 versions (the original) of this game. My grown children grew up playing this board game and loved it. Years later one of them was at the Chicago Art Museum and was thrilled to see every one of the paintings hanging there.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Mary on April 17, 2009
They just don't make board games like they use to. This game is fun and educational. I remember playing this game as a young kid. When I went to college, I took an art history class and remembered some of the paintings that are featured in this board game. I thought my 10 year old would like it and she does; so does my 7 year old son.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Mary Allen on January 20, 2008
I am 45 yrs old and I remember getting this game for my 13th birthday and it was so much fun we played it to death. I found this game on Amazon about 5 years ago and I have turned every friend I have on to it. I play this game every Friday night with a bunch of my friends who we all have horses. I started collecting them and have either given away or sold every copy I can get my hands on with all receipients happy as can be.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Carol Lund on August 29, 2013
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I loved this game as a kid. It can also be used as an art history tool, if it had more paintings. I have great memories of playing this game.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kris Head on August 2, 2013
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Great shape and quick delivery. A great game from my childhood to share with my kids. I only wish I still had the original.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ceciliani on April 21, 2013
I bought this game a couple of years back. I have the 90s version and have played it a couple of times. I like the mystery aspect where you're the only person who knows if you made a good a bad deal buyiing a painting in an auction, because you're the only one who knows what the painting is actually worth.

All players roll the die and go around on the board. Each player gets $15 million to start (play money, of course). Depending on where you land, you can buy or sell paintings, or bid in an auction on them. There's millions of dollars at stake and when you buy an auction painting, it can be worth as much as $10 million, or it can be a "forgery" and worth absolutely nothing. The card that comes each painting tells you, and ONLY YOU see that amount. Of these cards, two have $10 million and two have FORGERY on them. There are opportunities to sell paintings and buy paintings from other players. There's a total of 24 paintings. When all of these paintings have been sold or bought, the game is over and everyone counts their money and paintings. The person with the highest amount is the winner.

A fun game that teaches the value of artwork, and the auction bidding can get very competitive with players. Game is long out of print, so if you want it, you'll have to look on Amazon and other familiar sites. It will cost you, but if you find it at a reasonable price, I think it's worth it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Joseph on December 12, 2012
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Since the original 70's version of this game is what I was looking for, this game did not disappoint. It arrived complete with everything needed to again enjoy a game that my brother's and I had so much fun with way back when.Though somewhat worn looking,no more than I would expect for a 40 year old game.Very pleased with this purchase.
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