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Would someone print this? 5¢ MIlano Label

Discussion in 'Poker Chip Labeling' started by masevm, Dec 8, 2013.

  1. masevm

    masevm Member

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    Hi All,

    Trying to complete my Milano cash set. I have 100 blue faux clays I'd like to use at nickels.

    Think anyone would be willing to print this label for me? (is it against a copyright?) This is a quick photoshop - I'd spend more time on it I was able to print 'em up.

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    Thanks!
     
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  2. links_slayer

    links_slayer Master of the 3-Putt Par
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    Many around here have labeled faux clays but they have basically no recess.
     
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  3. Trihonda

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    Easy... Milanos are cheap, but some cheap Milanos and remove the labels... They aren't on there particularly well. I had three fall off when I first received my set.

    What color Milano would you want if you went that route?
     
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  4. masevm

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    Hey there, Trihonda,

    Ideally the gray 50¢ chips. But, I actually have more 25s than I know what to do with... The 200 from you and another 100 from a shipping mixup. Maybe I'll convert those.
     
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    I think this would be the best route to take. When I got a sample set of Milanos, it was pretty easy to remove labels with an Xacto knife. Do you know if there would be any problems as far as copyrights?

    I definitely think the green 25s would make an awesome nickel.
     
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  6. masevm

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    That's my only concern. I'm hoping someone that makes high quality labels will see this post and give me the legal breakdown.
     
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    The artwork is of course copyrighted. Print the labels yourself and apply them, that's legal.
     
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    PM sent with label vendor info.
     
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    Trihonda, can you send me that vendor info too? I want to do something similar.

    Thanks!!
     
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    Hi Trihonda,

    Could I get this label info as well?
     
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  11. Ellasdaddy

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    Masevm,

    Did you ever generate this label yourself? If so, could you post your process on how? Very interested in a fast, cost effective relabel on my set to cover a bigger cash game than expected. Thanks.
     
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