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El Rancho Las Vegas Borland Chip Set For Sale

Discussion in 'ApachePokerChips.com Offers' started by Apache, Jun 14, 2012.

  1. Apache

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    These chips were made in 1992 and are in brand new condition.
    I would like to sell them as a set but will break them up.
    I have:
    200 $1 Chips
    172 $5 Chips
    87 $25 Chips
    22 $100 Chips
    7 $1000 Chips
    4 $5000 Chips
    A very nice 400 chip set could be made and this would be a one of a kind set.
    Little story:
    I remember back around 1999 at Gamblers General Store when they bought the entire lot of these. They had about ten different CASINOS available and the boxes were stacked all over the place. Not sure but I think they were priced at $.75 each. It is not uncommon for these to sell for over $10 each. Just wish I would have bought all of them.
    I will sell the entire lot for $550. If I cant sell them all I will break them up. Please send your offers.
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  2. pltrgyst

    pltrgyst Well-Known Member

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    pm sent.
     
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    how are you so fast on the draw?
     
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  4. pltrgyst

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    Hey, I debated with myself for over two hours before pulling the trigger!

    You can always come over and play with them -- they won't be hidden under glass. :cool:
     
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    So who manufactured these?
     
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    Never seen Borlands in a playable set. Nice pick up. Would love to play a game with those.

    I stared at these for a little bit myself almost puling the trigger, then I got distracted by some other shiny objects/chips. :wink:
     
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