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might be able to get a cheap tourny set with these...

Discussion in 'Chip Identity and Value' started by arod, Sep 11, 2015.

  1. arod

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    and I'd like anyones opinion.
    apparently they could be relabeled...

    another one of those should i run over and pick them up, and if so, whats a reasonable offer to the owner?
     
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    What are the qualities and denominations?

    In general, if they are obsolete casino chips from the modern era, they're valued between $0.50 and a dollar fifty. I would start at $0.25 each and see where it goes.
     
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    I think I could put together a 600 chip set--there are $1 which I copied here, and 25, 100.
    ( I'm still going to bid on your friends ebay---just waiting patiently---thats my low bid now)
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    what do you think these are?
     
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    Hard to say definitively, but they look to be labeled china clays on the spirit mold (although they could be slugged plastics, too -- need clearer pics of the mold markings). Offer 25c max if cc, 10c max if slugs.

    Definitely not casino chips (or real clay).... those are Paulson fantasy chip colors/spots, which have been duplicated by many Chinese chip lines.
     
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    Looks like sprint(?) mold chips.

    The whites look very beat up.

    I personally wouldn't offer over 20¢ per chip.
     
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    Actually I'd tell them to keep the white chips. They look thrashed.

    Also get pics of any others just in case. If most are like the white ones just stay away from them.
     
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