Musketeers, Task Force Games
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Post Posted: Tue Feb 27, 2007 8:43 pm 
 

Does anyone know what this game might be worth?

Contents: all near mint
24pp rule book
1 card board sheet of unpunched chits (108 pieces)
heavy stock fold out map, shows interiors of buildings
2 c6

Box: very good condition: corners intact, top of box slightly bowed in
Code: 2009 printed on box under Task Force Games logo

Task Force Games
Amarillo, TX
(c)  1985


Thanks! I can't post a picture, but I could email some tomorrow if that would help.


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Post Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 12:31 am 
 

Sadly, I don't think you're sitting on a gold mine. :)

Musketeers doesn't quite qualify as a "classic" Task Force game (1985 is fairly late in their boardgame production history) and the game was pretty much panned before and after release.

On the positive side, it sounds like you have a nice copy, and condition always counts for something. On the negative side, there is a guy at BoardgameGeek asking $20 for his copy ... and the listing has been up there for 11 months.

Total guess: $10 to $15 if you eBay-ed it today.

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Post Posted: Wed Feb 28, 2007 11:22 am 
 

Thanks!


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