The boot, wheelbarrow and thimble have all been retired in the latest version of Monopoly.
The classic pieces have been replaced by a Tyrannosaurus Rex, a penguin and a "rubber ducky".
It follows a public vote over which tokens to save, as part of the brand's "Monopoly Token Madness" campaign.
The original pieces have been a staple of Monopoly boards around the world since the game was launched in 1935.
It's the second time a piece has been removed from play following public consultation.
The iron made way for a cat back in 2013.
The remaining pieces, including a battleship and a boot, all trace their roots back to the Great Depression.
Thimbles are used to prevent pricking a thumb with a sharp needle while sewing.
Choices for the new pieces included a hashtag, an emoji, a flip-flop and a rubber duck.
Games featuring the new piece will be available from August.