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Buckwalter Landlord's Game | Monopoly

print | reproduction

Joseph Buckwalter was one of the early Landlord's Game/ Monopoly players. He family once believed that he had invented the game which they referred to as Monopoly. He did build a game board around 1910, more accurately based on the earliest Landlord's Game. This copy is a reproduction of that game.

  • Material: printed paper | paint | wood
  • Style: wealth
  • Object ID: 113.5073
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