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Are these clays?

Discussion in 'Poker Chip General' started by Santa, Mar 6, 2016.

  1. Santa

    Santa Faux Clay Nation

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    It's really too difficult to tell from that pic. They could be some old school Paulson chips, but they are more likely to be the cheaper super diamonds.

    You would need to look for a dimple in one of the diamonds. If it is there, they are super diamonds, if it is not on either side, they could be Paulson.
     
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    The OG Diamond mold produced on Paulson material had skinnier diamonds and the concentric rings around the inner ring and mold are tighter. It looks like a faux ink stamp on these and since the rings around the inlay have a bigger gap, I'M BETTING THESE ARE SUPER DIAMONDS........ If they are really super cheap take a gamble and use them as a 5c/10c micro travel set! GL
     
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    Thank you for the quick replies. Probably injected molded chips seems to me most plausible.
     
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