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December 9, 2011

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scott watkins

This is great to see. I have a collection of them dating back to 1947.

Michelle

Scott, that's fantastic. I hope that the games are on display for friends and family to enjoy.

Suzanne Player

This is a good example of how a game or any great idea may need to evolve in its execution for a long time before it becomes widely noticed. Perhaps it will encourage people to continue to develop their ideas until they get the results they are looking for.

Don Riha

Excellent to see these games, I have a one of a kind replica of the Chocholate Monopoly that Nieman Marcus sold ($600.00)in their catalog.

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