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  1. With more than 275 million game sets sold in the past century, Monopoly is the most popular board game in history. It is available in 111 countries, translated into more than 40 languages, and made...
  2. Paola Russo discovered two decks in Italy at G. Lorenzi, one covered in gold leaf and the other in silver.
  3. Hermès, the nearly 180-year-old fashion house and brand, also creates limited-edition board games using fine leather, wood, and precious materials.
  4. How baseball became the star player of the sports memorabilia game. Brian seigel owns roughly 40 game-used baseball bats from major-league players and displays them in a 1,200-square-foot shrine to...
  5. How an Internet entrepreneur assembled a world-beating collection of arcade games. Greg McLemore parks his dark blue Tesla Model S outside an unmarked office building on a quiet street in Pasadena,...
  6. Some of the rarest pieces in Greg McLemore’s collection are also the commercial flops: game prototypes that demonstrate leaps in innovation but were never put into production.
  7. Auto critic Robert Ross sifts through the barn-find phenomenon at auction—and in his own garage.
  8. Fresh designs take direction from a stage and screen icon.
  9. Charles and Judy Tate assembled a world-class collection of Latin American art—and then gave it all away.
  10. The Icon85 collection unveils six posh limited-edition items to celebrate the brand's 85th anniversary...