We inherited board games from my husbands grandmother who died in the 1980s. Among them is a practically brand new (doesnt look used) board game called Finance. The instruction booklet says copyright 1932. Some googling reveals that this was a precursor to Monopoly and was bought out by Parker Brothers a few yearslater. Do people collect old board games? Would this have some value?
Finance was published by Dave Knapp and was one of the candidates to buy the patents of Elizabeth Magie who invented The Landlord's Game.
The other candidate was the company Parker Brothers which acquired the patents and turned The Landlord's Game into Monopoly.
If in good or even better mint condition, you'll get more than $50. As mentioned by Nancy H and I myself didn't find any version of the 1932' Finance (in comparision to the more common Parker Brother 36' and 58' publications) so you might want to get it curated.