When going bankrupt in Monopoly the rules state that you must either turn over to that player all that you have of value and retire from the game if going bankrupt thanks to another player, or turn over all assets to the Bank if going bankrupt thanks to the Bank.
Versions of the game with Rules for a Short Game state that after the second player goes bankrupt:
Each remaining player then values his/her property.
- Cash on hand
- Lots, Utilities and Railroads owned, at the price printed on the board.
- Any mortgaged property owned, at one-half the price printed on the board.
- Houses, valued at purchase price.
- Hotels, valued at purchase price including the value of the three houses turned in.
The richest player wins.
This mentions nothing about Get Out of Jail Free cards.
- Despite being a sell-able item, do these not have "value"?
- If not, do these get returned to the board after a player retires from the game with one or both in their possession?