One deck of nonstandard playing cards with partial images printed on one side to be completed, similar to the game of dominoes. The beginning of the game features a card with an image of a one dollar bill and coins; the end of the game features a card with an image of dancing collection boxes and sacks of money. Other images on the cards feature animals, objects and tools, scenes of daily life, and Hebrew text. Stored in light blue box with a gold Magen David printed on top of the cover, one edge missing. Playing instructions are included, printed in English, German, French, Hebrew, and Yiddish.
Instructions: "RULES OF THE GAME / The game illustrates the manner in which funds collected for Erez Israel are utilised to build up a flourishing Jewish village. The two chief institutions which collect these funds are the Keren Kayemeth (Jewish National Fund) and the Keren Hayesod (Palestine Foundation Fund). The former purchases the land in Palestine as the inalienable possession of the Jewish people, makes it cultivable by drying up swamps etc. and provides the first improvements as water-supply etc. The Jewish National Funds revenue is derived from large and small donations, its chief method of obtaining these being by means of its Boxes. The Keren Hayesod provides the funds for settlement purposes, that is roads, stables and houses, and the first essential needs as draught animals, seeds and education. Its revenue is derived from large annual payments in the form of a self-imposed Tax or Maaser. / The cards are distributed among the players. Whoever has the starting picture begins and each player places down the appropriate card (to complete the picture). The player first left with no cards has won the game."