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US patent for The Landlord's Game


English: US patent for a game board by Lizzie J. Magie, titled The Landlord's Game, credited as the inspiration for Monopoly. Application filed March 23, 1903, and accepted January 5, 1904.
Source U.S. Patent 748,626
Author Lizzie J. Magie


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