There was no scrip or play money with the game, the only trading was done with stock shares. The amount and type of trade was determined by spinning the metal spinner then throwing the dice.
Iíve read and re-read the instructions and I still canít quite figure out how to play the game. The game is to be played by 3 to 8 players. Each player is assigned a number (1 thru 8) and issued a numbered player 'pinback' button. An ample supply of Stock Certificates were available in 10, 50, and 100 share increments.
Below are pictures detailing the game pieces. I was able to compile 1 complete game from 2 partial games, including an original game box, though it is quite tattered, and 2 original green utensil boxes. Included in the game are a dice cup and dice and wooden 'Future Stock' blocks. The game also includes a spare parts box with extra game board spinner pieces. Some of the game pieces are not mentioned in the instruction sheet, like the player buttons and the ĎFuture Market / Margin Pití boxes.
Made of Hardwood
Made by the
St. Louis Button Co