Number of versions: 1
Edition: February 25, 1999
Publisher: Inland make - 1994 ?
Dimensions of the box: 25 x 49 cm
(The art.nr. is only mentioned on the right short side of the lid).
This game of inland manufacture is a careless copy of the bilingual
original Waddingtons game with ref.nr. 46021. As a former British crown colony
it is not so strange that this game with the streets of London was copied,
but its quality is even worse than
that of the set of neighbouring country Oman
|The game board is of soft carton. Its back is red.
The fold is parallel to |
the 1st and 3rd side. The word Monopoly has open characters. There
is no mention of any copyright year and there is no Uncle
coming out the O.
|In the inner box are but a few carton stripes to shape trays for
|The banknotes are made of translucent paper. Their front is in
accordance with Parker Brothers (with an engine, a house |
and 3 times a value
statement), their back is like Waddingtons. However in the centre of the
engine-pattern the £-sign has
been swapped while Uncle
|The green houses and redbrown
hotels are made of plastic and have no roof-edge, but do have
|The 6 tokens are the well-known car - hat - boat - shoe - iron and dog,
but of poor moulded grey plastic.|
|There are 2 dark blue dice with
black pips who can hardly be read out.|
|The yellow through Chance
and pink Community Chest
cards have rounded corners and are numbered.|
|Both instructions are printed on thin paper without mention
of "Registered Trade Mark" as on the sets of Oman.|