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Discussion in 'Poker Chip Care' started by phaze12, Sep 26, 2015.

  1. phaze12

    phaze12 Well-Known Member

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    hello all. im entering unknown territory. i have just got some paulson roulette mold chips and planning on labeling them. they are hotstamped with no inlay. these are being used as $1 for a 2/4 limit set. i dont need these to be pristine.

    should i just label over the hotstamp or should i remove the foil first?

    any pitfalls i should be aware of?

    just looking for some advise or if you can post a link to a thread that has what im looking for. i tried to look but couldnt find anything for this particular mold.

    thanks in advance.
     
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    atomiktoaster Well-Known Member

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    How worn are the chips? You don't want the outline of the stamp to show through the label, but you also want some recess for the label so the chips stack well.
     
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  3. phaze12

    phaze12 Well-Known Member

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    some are worn so that you can barely see the hotstamp and others are like new. the recess is still there on all the chips.
     
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    CHP TD Well-Known Member

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    look for resurfacing hotstamps
     
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    phaze12 Well-Known Member

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    thanks td. a lot of good info there.
     
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  6. phaze12

    phaze12 Well-Known Member

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    now time to read.
     
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    CHP TD Well-Known Member

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    yeah if you were in australia i have the tools...

    now i think about it that was a really pointless post....

    Aussie Geoff
     
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