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That’s how you know they’re good.
I'd be surprised if he wasn't.
Would be much better with 300x$1, 500x$5, 100x$25, 80x$100 and 20x$500 at 60¢ per chip...
"Heavy quality-14 gram." maybe a bit of an exaggeration otherwise that would be the heaviest 39mm Paulson I've heard of..
Current heaviest 39mm Paulson I know of is 11.7g - RVCL $.50
Heaviest Paulson chip I own is an oversize solid blaze orange no mold Winner Club, at 16g. To my knowledge, the heaviest 43mm chips are Casino Aztar (Evansville) secondary $1000, many at 15g or more.
Most older metallic gold 39mm chips weigh in over 11g, as do some showboat greys. I suspect older metallic silver and (discontinued) royal blue chips are up there, too.
I have to check something, but I think I can do 20% of this. ~$1500 for 20% of the chips. Rack of 500s, woo!
Don't some of the leaded whites come in around 12g?
Just checked Starlite $1, Horseshoe Gardena $100, Palais de Congres $50, and Eddie's $500 -- all leaded, and all under 11g - some not even close.
Strange...for some reason I thought I remembered some of the older hot-stamped semi-customs being up around 11.9g. *shrug* Dunno what I was thinking of.
How's the shipping at $516 now , when u order 16k chips it was 15$
Bulk shipping should be under $300 for 16,000 chips, and that's Priority Mail rates. Even at 800 boxed chips per LFRB (20 of 'em), that's only $360.....
I thought 11.5 gram were the good ones...
That's right... those are "official casino weight," which are still a step above "heavy quality."
Dude just needs to dump them for $8,000 to some one who can redistribute them to the community.
His dreams of some $16,000 $22,000 windfall are just that... dreams.
I am sure he’s watching ... and even if he isn’t, someone should let him know
If you can hear us oh antiques trader god from LA, please fix your pricing and the sales will come.
BTW please fix your description so that the buy them all prices match. (currently one says 22k and the other says 20k)
Oh and send us some sample sets for helping you fix these listings.
Yep, the Aztar is the heaviest 43mm I know of (on my scale they weigh an average of 14.5g, and all pretty equal, though only have 8 of them).
The grey Main Street Station $.25 hotstamps are the next heaviest 39mm I have at 11.52g (grey Freddie's Club $.25 hotstamps are nearly the same weight).
My racks of Silver Palace $5s average 11.4g
btw, all of my weight measurements are using mint chips.
Haven't found a white 39mm over 11g, but my blue 1986 Bally's $1s are 11.24g
Anyway, we know these are quality chips due to their 14g weight
Are they really 14g or he's guessing
Can't say if he's guessing or just assuming it, but I'd put money on them not being 14g if someone wants the action
My guess is 10.3g
The horrible placement of the inlay makes it look like they were made by BCC.
I'd guess they will range between ~9.5g and ~10.5g depending on denom (similar to the Horseshoe Cleveland secondaries)
Someone can buy it, then weigh them an then tell the guy you want the other grams he's short 3 grams
I'll take the under.
Still taking the under.
I'd be surprised if any exceed 10g.
Clean: under 10g.
With Hooker Juice: from what I read about the boat, I'd guess 14g might be right.
Very little dead weight, you could use 16000 of the chips in the sets without issues
10 1000 chip cash sets ($15100 Bank)
1x210 5x360 25x400 100x30
10 player Starting Stack 20/36/?
10 600 chip Tourney sets
5x210 25x175 100x165 500x50
10 Stacks of up to T$4000 20/16/??/? or 15/17/??/?
In saying this I wouldn't buy them
New winner for heaviest 39mm Paulson? These things are bricks.
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