If no one is looking for the game though it could sell for closer to $20. The value of the game will be determined by how much interest there is in the game which is hard to judge with how little information there is about the game. I will say that if you plan on selling the game you will probably have to be patient because I don’t think it will sell quickly. If you are patient though and there are actually people looking for the game I think you could get at least $50. PermalinkI have an unopened board game called “Palladium” that I bought new 30 years ago and the author signed it and said good luck with it. Does anyone know where I can sell it and how much it is worth? So the value of the game will probably depend on where you would sell it.
I would guess that it would sell for at least $20 and probably closer to $50 or more if you sell it during the football season. You never know how many people will be looking for the game though so I can’t give you an exact figure. PermalinkI wouldn’t consider myself an expert on early board games but I will try to help you as much as I can. The first thing I would do would be to check if the games are on Amazon or eBay. If they are on either site that should give you a pretty good idea of whether the games are valuable. If the games are older than the 1960s or 1970s they most likely won’t be on Amazon since there aren’t many really old games on the site. If you can find results on eBay I would recommend looking at the completed listings since completed listings actually shows what an item sold for.
I just found Electronic Mastermind from Parker Brothers . I saw the game on Board Games Geek but there aren’t a lot of listings. I can’t find it on amazon but I see some on ebay but the prices vary from around $20 to almost $80. There is also the instructions booklet in good condition. Also it is a bilingual version of the game (english/french). I don’t want to sell it, I was just wondering how much the game might be worth.
PermalinkBoard Game Geek is basically a crowd sourced website for board games and board game collectors. Anyone can submit information to the website so it has become the largest source of information on board games in general as it probably has the largest list of boards games on the internet. If you were thinking about selling the game I would suggest waiting until at least the start of football season and I would probably recommend waiting until closer to November due to Christmas shopping. Since the item is not listed on Amazon you wouldn’t be able to sell it on Amazon. If you wanted to sell it I think the best options would be either eBay or Board Game Geek. Taking good pictures and describing the condition of the game the best you can should help make the game sell for more. Since the prices are currently fluctuating quite a bit though I can’t give you an exact value.
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The main reason I don’t think the game will be worth that much is that Charades is a public domain so any publisher can make their own Charades game. Due to this fact there have been a lot of different Charades games made throughout the years. With all of these different versions of the game, none of the versions of Charades seem to be worth much. Being sealed would make the game more valuable but unless this version of Charades is really rare and people really want it, I don’t see it being worth much.
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I wasn’t able to find any information about the 1985 The Charades Game made by Playtoys Industries. While the game could be worth something I don’t think it would be worth much.
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On eBay and Board Game Geek the game sells for around $40-$50. If the game has a barcode you can make a listing for it on Amazon and I would price the game closer to $100. I will warn you ahead of time that it could take over a year to sell on Amazon. The game should sell quicker on eBay or Board Game Geek but it won’t sell for as much. A positive in your case is that the game has all of the pieces. The wear on the box and the small crease on the board may slightly affect the value but you are going to have those issues with any game from the 1970s that has been opened.
As I already mentioned my value estimation is just an educated guess due to the little information I could find for the game. Unless there is absolute no interest in the game, I would think you should be able to get at a minimum $50 for the game if it has all of the pieces and is in at least decent shape. If the game is quite rare though and multiple people board games online are looking for the game I could see it going for a couple hundred dollars. It will really come down to how much interest there is in the game though. If you were planning on selling the game though you may have to be patient though since it might take a while to find someone interested enough in the game to pay what the game is worth. With no recent sales data my educated guess would probably be around $50 if you can find someone that is looking for the game. If there is a surprising amount of interest you may be able to get closer to $100 with the game being sealed.