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Cardboard tokens in wooden blocks from UK 1940s sets
I can certainly confirm that these exist—as a child I played Monopoly with the cardboard tokens. I think that the set is probably stored in my parents loft, would a photo of them be sufficient as evidential citation? (If I can find them!) --Geoff Riley (talk) 16:33, 26 September 2013 (UTC)
On the main page, someone added a link to the "official rules" on Hasbro's website. While the link is accurate, the resulting PDF is actually an outdated set of rules from the #9 edition sold before 2008. Some notable differences include the inclusion of the speed die, the removal of the 10% option for paying income tax, and the distribution of starting bills to each player. I'd suggest we remove that link. Tostie14 (talk) 23:19, 19 January 2014 (UTC)
I find it amazing that their is no photo of this game, one of the most popular in the world (for an example of what I'm talking about, see this board game). The table layout is great, but a photo would help too. Is there really some stringent legal nuance that prevents us from including a photo of this nearly ubiquitous game? — Frεcklεfσσt | Talk 15:10, 16 May 2014 (UTC)