The Most Expensive Monopoly In The World

The game is named after the economic concept of the same name Monopoly, which means domination of a market by a single entity. The most expensive Monopoly set though is a more recent creation. Monopoly is a board game that originated in the United States in as a way to demonstrate that an economy which rewards wealth creation is better than one in which monopolists work under few constraints.

Players move around the game board buying or trading properties developing their properties developing their properties with houses and hotels and collecting rent from their opponents with the goal being to drive them all into bankruptcy leaving one monopolist in control of the entire economy. I used to love playing monopoly as a kid it meant family time with a healthy competitive spirit. Here is the list of the top most expensive Monopoly in the world.

Sidney Mobell Bejeweled Monopoly Set:

Costs: $2 million

The Most Expensive Monopoly In The World

Franklin Mint Collector’s Edition:

Costs: $1000 million

Maggie’s Monopoly Set:

Costs: $120,212 million

Earliest Version of Monopoly:

Costs: $90,000 million

White Box Monopoly:

Costs: $146,714 million

Black Box Monopoly:

Costs: $2 million

Italian Monopoly Set:

Costs: $4,000 million

The Most Expensive Monopoly In The World

Pemberton and Milner Monopoly Set:

Costs: $156,714 million

Zentik Games Monopoly Set:

Costs: $7,000 million

Schwartz Monopoly Set:

Costs: $100,000 million

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