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The internationally praised Bieder & Meier museum plans a comprehensive ground-breaking permanent exhibition. Since the museum has only limited means, it acquires only inexpensive pictures. However, as time passes, they move on to larger investments. But you'll be sorry if you have too many pictures left when the museum stops buying pictures.
The riveting and fascinating abundance of the paintings of Carl Spitzweg and their infinite variety form the background for this exciting game. As collectors, the players take part in exhibitions of Spitzweg's artwork. The more works you can bring to the showcase, the more successful you'll be. But don't hang onto the pictures at the end. In a playfully entertaining way you can discover the often surprising variety of Spitzweg's work in a new form.
A beautiful game with large-sized photo-cards. Works well with 2 players.
- 86 cards
- 80 marker chips
- 1 score pad
- 1 pencil
- 12 page brochure (in German)