The seller describes this as the Holy Grail of German diecut Halloween items. Although this MAY have been true years ago, it is definitely much less true today. As I write on page 125: "Because of how this game was meant to be used, less than ~40 complete examples are known. (About 20 of these were discovered in an old drugstore in Kentucky and were sold at an auction in Ohio several years ago. These have been filtering into the marketplace since, greatly reducing the value of this item for the short and medium terms.)" I believe the starting price of $1,000 is near the current sustainable guide price.
Mark B. Ledenbach's vintage Halloween collectibles blog.