AUCTION: 240pc Dark Brown Wooden Poker Chip Case with Cigar Tray (1 Viewer)

BR Pro Poker

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Jul 21, 2015
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Antioch, CA
Hi Guys (and Gals)! We've been sorting through some older Palm inventory and have a few different cases to auction off. These cases are NEW and unused, but some have imperfections from prior shipping, so be sure to review descriptions & photos before placing a bid. RULES:
  2. Bids must be placed using numbers (no images), in whole dollars, and in minimum increments of $1
  3. NO RESERVE. The Starting Bid of this auction will be treated as the Reserve Price.
  4. All bids are to be placed openly in this thread. No bids via PM/Conversation.
  5. No bid edits or bid retractions permitted. (note: ALL edits are logged instantly)
  6. Auction will use the '5 minutes after last closing bid rule'. Highest bid at 5pm Pacific, Friday, May 15, 2020 will win unless there is a bid within 5 minutes of closing time - then the closing time will be within 5 minutes after the latest bid was posted. A bid at the close time is NOT a valid bid. Since seconds are not displayed on post timestamps, these examples will be used as a reference.
  7. I reserve the right to: 1) cancel the auction if no bids have been made; 2) edit the listing to correct errors or clarify rules as needed.
  8. PCF (its Owner, Admins, and Moderators) are in no way responsible for any actions in this auction.
  9. Shipping Terms: US Shipping $26 to contiguous 48 states. Shipping outside contiguous 48 states will be dependent on location. International shipping will be dependent on country.
  10. Payment Terms: Payment required via Paypal within 3 days of auction end.
Dark brown wooden case with 240 chip capacity (yes, really, 240 - lol) - has 8 compartments fitting 25 chips each plus 4 smaller compartments that fit 10 chips each (bounty chips anyone!?). This case has a cigar tray and space for cigar cutter, as well as space for cards and 49mm dealer button (Dia de los Muertos button NOT included). Clear top has some very light scuff marks. Closes with 2 latches (not a lock/key design).

@dutch_whaley dont do this to me :( you even admitted you dont need them! I am still building my first set and have less than 240 chips so they would all fit perfectly in there...$16
I just want to see a picture of some chips in there with a cigar and cutter....make a poster of it

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