SOLD ARGOSY SECONDARY $5 - 7 CHALKY MINT RACKS (1 Viewer)

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Good morning all,

Up for sale are 7 1 (ONE) racks of the Argosy Casino Indiana Secondary $5 chips. All chips are chalky mint and have the starburst cancelation stamp by Paulson. They feel super heavy to my touch but I have not put them on a scale.

Price per rack is $125 firm, plus shipping or your label.

Thanks for looking,

Paulo-

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Can these bad boys be murdered just as easily as most other RHC chips?

I have not tried removing their inlays so I'm not quite sure. They do have the starburst stamp so i'd venture to say it wouldn't be as easy to remove the inlays but that's just a guess. Also, I'm not quite sure how much of the stamp indentation would remain after the inlay is removed.

If I had to put some work on the chips, I'd mill them just like a hot stamp.
 

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I second that question. Also, are these leaded?

See above and: Based on the feel, I'd say they are indeed leaded as they are way heavier than all my other RHCs. That is just my impression as I cannot make any official claim about the chip composition.
 

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Beautiful chips and a great price. Some TV time to remove the stamps and they will be even better.
 

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I debated them to long. Probably for the best as I don’t really want to remove all those inlays. Love the colors though.
 

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See above and: Based on the feel, I'd say they are indeed leaded as they are way heavier than all my other RHCs. That is just my impression as I cannot make any official claim about the chip composition.
I'd guess they're full of lead. Chipguide says the place opened in december of 96. If these were ordered and produced (and returned) prior to that, they must be full of lead, right?
 

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I'd guess they're full of lead. Chipguide says the place opened in december of 96. If these were ordered and produced (and returned) prior to that, they must be full of lead, right?

That's certainly possible and their weight points to that direction as well.
 

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Can these bad boys be murdered just as easily as most other RHC chips?
Totally possible to murder! Done 2 racks myself

Edit: A tiny portion of the gold foil remains on the chip because not all are perfectly aligned, if you're OCD about it I wouldn't recommend. Not sure if using non-acetone NPR to remove the gold foil would affect the colour of the chip have not (and will not) try it. Otherwise they look lovely!
 

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I had a rack of these and as far as I could tell they’re were 100% identical clay wise to my Good Luck Club 5’s. Obviously the inlay and cancellation are different. I only sold them because I found 120 more GLC 5’s. They are sweet chips!
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Oh man, how I miss our live games!! That picture brings back good memories, Mike.
 
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