Let the good times roll with this 1930s-1990s game and toy lot of (8). All items come with original factory boxes unless noted, with:
1936 Parker Brothers Monopoly partial game with (3) wood player tokens, (6) metal player tokens, (12) wood houses, (7) wood hotels, complete set of deed cards, pair of dice, stack of money, stack of Chance/Community Chest cards, regular instructions dated "1936", short game instructions and a 6-1/2" x 7-1/2" box. The contents appear to be from mismatched periods, but all are vintage. The box lid has writing on the top and a 50% split along the right edge. The regular instructions are separated into six pieces, some with tape/stains and the other components show light to moderate wear. The board in not included.
c.1940s-1950s Tudor Tru-Action Electric Football with Patent No. 2167985. Comes with corded playing field, metal players and felt footballs. The box is intact but considerably stained, the playing field shows moderate wear and the players show light wear.
1962 Ed-U-Cards People Who Made History Set No.2 with cards #41 Babe Ruth (VG) and #48 George Washington (PR). The box is absent the left side panel and the balance of (25) cards average (VG to VG-EX).
1964 Milton Bradley The Addams Family with complete set of (39/39) playing cards and (1) instructions card. The box shows moderate wear, including one split corner and a sticker adhesive stain on the top. The cards range (VG to EX+).
1979 Tomy Atomic Arcade Pin Ball with instruction sheet. Game shows light wear, box shows moderate wear and one of the two plastic feet sections is absent.
1991 Mantua Super Bowl Express train set with (14) cars, including Super Bowl engine and caboose, and (12) team cars. the box is torn at several points on the perimeter and the top long side panel is absent, while the train cars appear to be unused. Also included is a supply of track to form a box stated 72x45 oval.
1991 Tyco Doodle Dome without box, shows light to moderate wear.
1997 Monopoly NASCAR edition that is factory sealed and presents handsomely.