There has been a few short posts on the company, but nothing to in-depth. In a past Chip Chat article, Doug Saito (a CCGTCC hall of famer) wrote a brief article on the history of TR King. Saito also give credit for a lot of info to Howard Hertz (a well know chip and casino historian and CCGTCC hall of famer) in the article. Here's a short summary: It has not been confirmed who founded TR King or what year it was established, but it was listed as a gaming supplies company in a 1924 phone book, located in Kansas City, MO. In 1929, the company was listed under an owner named Milton Anderson. The company moved to Los Angeles in the early 1930's. The article also goes on the say, Paul Endy, worked as a salesman in the 40's and 50's, who sold a lot of the large crown and small crown chips to casino's and card rooms through out Calif and Nevada. Endy purchased TR King sometime in the 1950's and also took on a partner, George Davis in the early 60's. Endy eventually sold his share in TR King and started his own company, Paul-son, which we all know and love! It goes on to say during the Endy and Davis partnership, Dennis O'neil was hired, who eventually took over TR King sometime in the 80's.