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- Game board, Title Deeds, Chance & Community Chest cards
- Original moving tokens and wooden houses
- Monopoly Memories commemorative booklet, rules
- Beautiful, Retro look.
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Even in board games the later versions are superior.
-Wood houses and hotels
-Outside box looks pretty accurate which the earliest look.
-The tokens are mostly correct. About half of them are not included in regular sets today so I must assume they were in the old editions only.
-Chance and Community Chest cards are done old school. They have old pictures to match the old descriptions.
-Property cards are old looking (typed).
These are just wrong:
-The money tray is the modern version (flimsy plastic). The original was a cardboard box, which I really wanted!!
-The wood houses and hotels have overhangs, which is not true to the original pieces.
-The property cards are thin. I don't know how thick the originals were but these seemed super thin.
-The money is too big and I'm not sure if the style was the one included in the 1935 set.
-History about the game
-Pictures of several additions
-Double stacks of cash!! They give you two packs of money, which helps with big games.
-"Banker's rate card" is included to help with interest and mortgage rates. This information was not included in the 1935 set and helps make the game easier to play.
I got these comparisions from the pictures included in the rule book. I don't recommend this edition for serious collectors but if you are looking for a more nostalgic look, go for this edition. The board is made really well and can probably stand up to more use than other editions. I like the look of this set and even for all its faults was still worth my money.
There are only two things I can think of that they could have done a better job with. First of all, there aren't enough houses and hotels. I played a full-length game with several others, and by the end of the game we were using household jiblets to signify houses and hotels. Secondly, the property prices are not printed on the board. The game comes with a paper sheet that lists property values. It was cumbersome to have to keep referring to and easy to lose track of.
Thank you very much!