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Info and value please on "MSC" chips

Discussion in 'Chip Identity and Value' started by TenPercenter, Jun 26, 2013.

  1. TenPercenter

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    A close friend came across some older chips, looks like 30's or 40's. I thought I'd go ahead and post a couple of threads here so we can see if anyone knows anything about these.

    I have done no research yet, I wanted to post this to get the ball rolling while I had a minute to spare.

    This thread is to discuss the "MSC" chips as seen in the attachment. He has 96 MSC chips.
     

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    Just for posterity, (and for me since I am getting ready to put these out for sale), here are the details of this card room, from various sites/books/PDF's:

    HUB mold.

    Manufacturer: Not sure yet.

    MSC (not sure what it stands for)
    619 HILL STREET [JAKE KATLEMAN]
    LOS ANGELES, CA
    1938 – CLOSED

    value: $8 eBay recently, this one looks near mint though.


    *** MSC - 1 (one) (there turned out to only be one, which I am keeping)
     
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