SOLD 1 rack of Outpost $20s - Auction ends tonight!

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I recently reacquired a few racks of Outpost chips in part of a larger deal, and am listing them for sale. This is the only rack of outpost $20s that I have left (apart from my keeper set).

For sale is one rack of Outpost $20s in "excellent" or "near mint" condition (your definitions may vary). These have been cleaned and oiled and have sharp edges. These are old-school leaded THC Paulsons with shaped inlays.

Good luck!

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Quick question! Can these labels be removed and replaced with new labels?
They are shaped inlays from what I understand it is possible but very difficult (might need professional help) and the new labels can only be the same shape
 

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Quick question! Can these labels be removed and replaced with new labels?
Yes, but like it was mentioned, it will require work. It’s more difficult and takes more time to remove a shaped inlay. @Gear can make you shaped labels. But applying them is tricky. It took me about 10 tries to put this one on and still it wasn’t perfect. I plan on labeling 20 of these as California Club hundos.
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applying them is tricky. It took me about 10 tries to put this one on and still it wasn’t perfect.
Looks like you did a good job. In my experience, the hub shape is the hardest to get right ... there seems to be 2 or 3 sliiiiiiiiightly different sizes and shapes, even within the same chip set. The California Club labels I made for you there might be a hair bigger than they should be, to hit that sweet spot between "easy to apply" and "doesn't look way too small."
 

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Not to derail the auction, but I had thought that with a true inlay (as the Outposts are) in order to apply a label to them, you had to mill them. That's not correct? @Gear you made shaped labels and someone actually applied that over the exist shaped inlay? How is there room for that?
 

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Not to derail the auction, but I had thought that with a true inlay (as the Outposts are) in order to apply a label to them, you had to mill them. That's not correct? @Gear you made shaped labels and someone actually applied that over the exist shaped inlay? How is there room for that?
No, those are inlay removal / label replacement. BTW "milling" only applies to hotstamped chips, versus "inlay removal" for factory-inlaid chips. (Technically some people are using the drill-press method to remove inlays, but it's still not milling the chip.)
 
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