Stock Market game
©1963, Whitman
Ages: 10 to Adult
Players: 2 to 8
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# 00000 - 1963 Stock Market game Whitman $59.95
                         Excellent Condition - Sold Out, More editions below

# 00000 - 1963 Stock Market game Whitman $52.95
                         Very Good Condition - Sold Out

# 00000 - 1963 Stock Market game Whitman $47.95
                         Acceptable Condition - Sold Out
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Game Contents
1 Game board
1 Stock market price guide
(on cardboard buildup)
1 Sliding stock indicator
1 Set of money
1 Plastic tray
64 Identification cards
8 Alcoa Company
8 American Motors
8 General Mills Company
8 International Shoe Company
8 J. I. Case Company
8 Maytag Company
8 Western Publishing Company
8 Woolworth Company  
1 Stock market price sheet
121 Share slips
25 "1" Shares Slips
12 "5" Shares Slips
12 "10" Shares Slips
12 "20" Shares Slips
12 "50" Shares Slips
24 "100" Shares Slips
12 "500" Shares Slips
12 "1000" Shares Slips
8 Colored pawns
2 Standard 6-sided dice
Rules
Note:  This popular version of Whitman's Stock
Market game
is very difficult to find, especially
in better condition and usually requires finding
several copies to make one complete game.
 
DESCRIPTION - from the 1968 Whitman game
A fortune could be yours as you buy and sell shares on the stock
market. With a throw of the dice, collect dividends, attend
stockholder meetings, and buy and sell company shares. The first
player to earn $100,000 wins the game.
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