Wanted 0.25 Fracs - thc - not solids (1 Viewer)

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Hi,

I'm looking for some Fracs (25 cents). Ideally 2 racks (200 chips) but would be interested in 1 rack as well.

Ideally looking for THC but open to other Paulson chips too. Trying to spice the colours up a bit and not looking for solids. Keen to get some spots or stripe patterns going.

Conscious Fracs are often rare anyway, and non-solid ones probably even more so. - Interested if anyone has anything available.

Thanks!
 

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artichoke joes come to mind for 5c. Outpost 25c are spotted & HSI THC fracs also

are you familiar with the chip guide? you can search the database so you can familiarise yourself with what chips are available.

http://chipguide.themogh.org/

also, check out some of the various frac threads on pcf.

GLWS
 
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House mold?

I have 200 of those quarters.
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The Nickles there are NFS but Spinettis might have a rack left
 

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I'll splash some pr0n around too, don't get many chances to do so. These are the exact chips mentioned in the two previous posts. Spotted inlay quarters are pretty tough to come by, oh wait, almost everything is pretty tough these days ;)
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I wish you luck good sir!
dibs pm incoming
 

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........Your other option is to find a chip you like, murder, and relabel it.

All of the other posts are possibilities, but you are going to pay A LOT for any of them. Odds are you are looking for a reasonably priced option and if that is the case, you are most likely going to have to go with the murder and relabel option as mentioned.
 

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Thanks for all of these ideas! (And thanks for pointing out the chip guide - I haven’t looked at that so will check it out)
 
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