Discussion in 'Poker Chip Forum Classifieds' started by Pinball, Jan 11, 2018.
I have no clue what they are worth therefor I would like to receive your offers via PM.
About 75 cents each, sadly. Probably the least-liked chip there is. Sadly, because I have a lot of them. 8;(
What are the complaints? Giant inlay? Design? Something else?
It's mainly the fact that it's a giant inlay on a mold (RHC) that doesn't match the rest of the set (THC). Plus I don't believe you could get the fives in mint condition like the rest of the set.
I don't mind them actually. Perfect for a mixed giant inlay set. If I didn't already have plenty of Aces $5 these would be a good alternative at .75c each. GLWS
I don't mind them either. But they do pale next to the wonderful $1 and the excellent $25.
And if you look at a picture of the original Caruthersville line-up next to a picture of the Caruthersvilles with a replacement chip that is much heavier on the red color, the difference in impact is like night and day.
Oh, and in my mixed giant inlay set I use the far, far, far superior Bahamia Milleniums.
I would say even less, .50 each sadly , due to the poor handling , but glws
I can only find one data point on ebay and this is it... .90/chip
I do know I took a bath on these in 2010.
Shipping to the US is $60.
up up up
Price: 375 incl. shipping to US
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