I'm glad to see this great Beistle game finally getting some love. These typically don't fetch more than $100-125, and I've often wondered why. Although the innards are ho-hum, the box lid has excellent graphics that make for an eye-catching display. This game was released in 1932 and wasn't offered at retail for more than a season or two.
Beistle copyrighted this game in 1930 and released it in 1932 in both enveloped and boxed versions. (Both are valued equally.) As I write on page 18, "I have been puzzled as to why this game doesn't seem to be very coveted. Admittedly, the contents are ho-hum but the artwork on the front of the packaging is compelling." SGV for an example in better condition than this one is $110. RSIN is 3.
10/08 Update: This brought a surprisingly strong $201.50.