Found Blue Chip Michigan City Quarters - 1 Rack (1 Viewer)

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Hello all!

I need one rack of Blue Chip - Michigan City, IN fracs/25 cent chips. Condition doesn’t matter all that much, they’ll be going in a casino used set.

I know there are a couple others looking for these, but figured I’d throw my hat in the ring as well.

Please let me know if you have any for sale, just need one rack but would take more or less if it gets the deal done. Thanks!

(Photo shamelessly stolen from @Tommy because I currently have 0 of these)

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I remember paying $75 a rack for these back on ct when these came out!!! Had around 12 racks at one time! 0 left lol cry emoji
I was able to harvest about 40 of them in one trip playing pai gow a long time ago but never got back up there while they were live.

The last time I went they said they still had the chips in the casino but they stayed in the cage, and any tables that used them weren’t even running at the time. I asked to buy some for souvenirs at the cage and they said no.

Abandoned filling a rack and sold them off to try and go another direction, but regret that of course now that I (still) want them (again).
 
Anyone who doesn’t sell me these chips will be tried as an accomplice to MURDER (of other chips that I will use to make fracs for my set)

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Still looking, might be picking up something else and putting this on the back burner.

Hurry and sell ‘em to me if you got ‘em!
 
they have not used these in over three to four years .... not even present at the tables
Correct, but there are still a lot of them out there which were harvested when they were live. That is common for most modern low-face-value clay casino chips, current or obsolete.
 
I used to have 3 racks and now have 2. I regret selling the one I did. Lol. GL.... They are one of best quarters ever.
 
Correct, but there are still a lot of them out there which were harvested when they were live. That is common for most modern low-face-value clay casino chips, current or obsolete.

And made them one of the best returns on their investment. The last few racks I’ve seen sold were for more than $500. I wish I had bought racks of these during the CT days.
 
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