SOLD BCC Grand Cardroom Tournament Set

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Blue Chip Company (BCC) Grand Cardroom Tournament Set on the Two-Face Poker mold

We've all seen the Grand Cardroom chips before. There's the Paulson solids, the BCC solid and spotted chips on the flame mold, and even 50mm BCC no-mold chips. This sale is for something a little different. This set came from the very first group buy of Grand Cardroom chips. There were less than 6000 total chips produced exclusively on the Two-Face Poker (TFP) mold and hot stamped by BCC.

I recently acquired these chips as part of a larger set. After adding-on to my existing GCR set, I'm offering the remaining 329 chips as a very playable single table tourney set. Here is the breakdown:

89 x T25
110 x T100
50 x T500
70 x T1000
10 x T5000

That is enough chips for a full table of T10000 freeze-out or T5000 with rebuys. These chips are used, but have just reached the nicely broken in stage. Use the pictures to judge over-all condition.

Price is $365 + $15 USPS Priority shipping. Planet Earth buyers, but non-U.S.A. customers pay actual shipping charges. Racks not included. Message me if you are interested.

Thanks!

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Dear god...the heart says, "BUY, BUY!" but the wallet says, "Ahem...maybe now's not a good time."

GLWS! Someone should nab these pronto.
 

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Spike, the greens might be the same as yours. In the second picture above the greens took a slightly blueish tint. That is not how they look in person. The first picture and the third one are much more accurate in regards to the green color.
 

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The clay chip world lost a lot when this mold, the interlocking T, and the Cigar & Snifter mold went bye bye.

Sad day for chippers everywhere...

Anyway back on topic - good luck with your sale, I lost track of time on the auction or they may have never been yours in the first place. Since that time I have purchased another set or oh yes these would be mine.

Great set.
 

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Spike, the greens might be the same as yours. In the second picture above the greens took a slightly blueish tint. That is not how they look in person. The first picture and the third one are much more accurate in regards to the green color.
I dont think so. mine are really really dark green.
even if it was I would have to split set with someone(s) else
 
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