3D Monopoly New York Edition

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Entertainment

Who would have thought that when the Parker Brothers created the Monopoly board game back in the 1930s that it would still be a prominent player on the family entertainment scene today? The folks at Hasbro have continuously introduced limited edition versions of the popular board game in order to keep sales coming in strong, and the latest comes to us in the 3D Monopoly New York Edition.

Everything you love about the Monopoly board game, but in a stunning new 3D format. The custom designed pieces, which include everything from the six pewter game pieces to the wood houses and hotels, were all created by renowned pop culture artist Charles Fazzino. The set comes built within a two inch deep wooden cabinet that has been affixed to a sleek glass top. This 3D Monopoly set will be limited to only 2,000 examples, all of which will be hand signed and individually numbered by the artist himself. [Purchase]

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