Cancelled Cascade Lane (Big Set), Many Bud Jones, Sherwood T Set, Faux Clays

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Willy Gee

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So I'm having some prospective seller's remorse. I'm going to keep the Cascade Lanes, the Gold Club, and the San Juans. I love using that group as one big set. So many options for NL LH or mixed games..
Faux Clays are sold, as are the Southern Elegance.
I'd still be willing to part with the Sherwoods, but I kinda like them too.
The Murphy Clubs have to go. You can have them for $20 plus shipping. Or just convince me that you will put them to good use and I'll take something less.
That's all for now!


Okay, I'm moving so plan to sell some chips. Here's what I got:
Cascade Lanes:
600 white
280 red
201 green
100 green (Midway but same design)
I'll take $1,000 plus shipping for the whole bunch.
Gold Club: 280 purple (25 cents)
$200 plus shipping
Sherwood Tournament Set:
100 red
100 green
100 black
$100 plus shipping
Faux Clay
1000 white
140 black
$100 plus shipping
Murphy Casino
100 black
$50 plus shipping
Southern Elegance
100 black
$100 plus shipping
San Juan
100 black
$80 plus shipping

Make me some offers. Thanks.
 

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Those Southern Elegance $100s are beauties!
 

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Does anyone know anything about the gold club fracs, whether they are clay or plastic? I have seen those style chips for sale, but know nothing about the manufacturer or what quality they are.
 

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Does anyone know anything about the gold club fracs, whether they are clay or plastic? I have seen those style chips for sale, but know nothing about the manufacturer or what quality they are.
Bud Jones suit mold. Very light plastic. Some hate them, but I like the feel of them.
 

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Bud Jones suit mold. Very light plastic. Some hate them, but I like the feel of them.
Bummer, I had a feeling they were plastic. I have shuffled some different versions of Bud Jones, but not the suits mold, I do like the way the Bud Jones chips shuffle and feel. But I’m looking for non plastic right now for a mixed hotstamp set I’m slowly putting together. Thank you for the help and knowledge of these chips, I really appreciate it @monkeydog :tup:
 

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I guess I’m asking are these tackier like the San Juans or are they like harder plastic feel of the Big Easy chips?
 

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Yea, but I’m my opinion, SJI feel way different from the Big Easy chips. Don’t you think?
I don't have any big easy chips but the only difference I'm aware of among BJ chips of the same type is their weight. Maybe the heavier chips feel tackier to you?

Edit: Another difference can be the edges.
Bevelled v rounded but haven't seen that in S2 chips.
 
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I don't have any big easy chips but the only difference I'm aware of among BJ chips of the same type is their weight. Maybe the heavier chips feel tackier to you?

Edit: Another difference can be the edges.
Bevelled v rounded but haven't seen that in S2 chips.
I believe @DrBill is asking, "Are the Cascade Lanes like weighted Intercontinentals or unweighted Big Easy chips?"
 

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Those faux clays not getting love.
My finger is twitching. Am trying to give someone else a chance at them. Maybe someone who would dye a set instead of tossing them in a storage unit like I would right now.
 

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Oops sorry after I got home I was able to get a better look at the picture. Didn’t realize they were a suits mold, not what I wanted
 
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