Cancelled Colorful 4D14 THCs

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Looking to do a 4D14 THC tournament set. What excellent/mint colorful 4D14s do y’all got? Non standard colors are fine, but no white, green, or red.

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There’s some charcoal starburst that would be amazing out there in this lineup
 

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Are you planning to mill? I have like 60ish chocolates in mint condition that would make good 500s or 5ks.

Yep. Milling. But unfortunately chocolate is in the wrong direction from the colorful vibe I am going for. Thank you though.
 

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I have a rack of these, with no plans for them:

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I believe the colors are Horizon Blue with Munzell Green and Rose. (Not 100% sure on the Rose ... see pic)
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EDIT: Forgot to say ... they're pretty crispy new. I won't say "mint" but probably "uncirculated", and definitely "excellent". Except the one I murdered (for science, of course.)
 

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I have a rack of these, with no plans for them:

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I believe the colors are Horizon Blue with Munzell Green and Rose. (Not 100% sure on the Rose ... see pic)
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EDIT: Forgot to say ... they're pretty crispy new. I won't say "mint" but probably "uncirculated", and definitely "excellent". Except the one I murdered (for science, of course.)

Damn, I missed your original response. These are interesting. That inlay almost looks like a screen printing and the inlays look slightly larger than 7/8". Perhaps related to the fact that they are LCV? I plan to mill the chips for my set (I am no good at traditional murder) and I am slightly concerned I wouldn't be able to mill these.
 

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That inlay almost looks like a screen printing

Not sure what you're talking about. I mean, I know what screen printing is, but there's no way it would ever be used for chip inlays such as these. o_O

the inlays look slightly larger than 7/8". Perhaps related to the fact that they are LCV?

You're right, the inlays are slightly larger than normal, but it's not related to being LCV, because they aren't. These are 100% SCV.

I plan to mill the chips for my set (I am no good at traditional murder) and I am slightly concerned I wouldn't be able to mill these.

Honestly I have no idea. Milling inlaid chips is just always a bad idea IMO, but YMMV.

Sorry if that all sounds really negative -- not my intent, I'm aiming for honest & truthful vs. blowing smoke.
 

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Damn, I missed your original response. These are interesting. That inlay almost looks like a screen printing and the inlays look slightly larger than 7/8". Perhaps related to the fact that they are LCV? I plan to mill the chips for my set (I am no good at traditional murder) and I am slightly concerned I wouldn't be able to mill these.
Every chip in that pic is SCV. I think the inlay looks 7/8ths.

EDIT: Never mind.
 

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Thanks Chris. Yeah I realized after my message they were not LCV.

I have had success milling THC round inlays so far. But there are limitations. Unfortunately because of those limitations I don't think these will work for me even though these are beauties.

Thanks again!
 

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the inlays are slightly larger than normal, but it's not related to being LCV, because they aren't.
Yeah, just looks like the inlays are stretched/misshapen, which happened occasionally with the older style inlays (pre-glossy laminate era). BCC was infamous for it.

What excellent/mint colorful 4D14s do y’all got? Non standard colors are fine, but no white, green, or red.
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That's all I got, as far as chips actually in the collection. Apologies for the green chip.

And Kaplan can kiss my ass, fwiw.
 
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I have a rack of these, with no plans for them:

View attachment 435562

I believe the colors are Horizon Blue with Munzell Green and Rose. (Not 100% sure on the Rose ... see pic)
View attachment 435561


EDIT: Forgot to say ... they're pretty crispy new. I won't say "mint" but probably "uncirculated", and definitely "excellent". Except the one I murdered (for science, of course.)

not sure how many were out there but i had 1 rack of these 6-7 yrs ago. they got some play ! i loved them
 

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Damn, I missed your original response. These are interesting. That inlay almost looks like a screen printing and the inlays look slightly larger than 7/8". Perhaps related to the fact that they are LCV? I plan to mill the chips for my set (I am no good at traditional murder) and I am slightly concerned I wouldn't be able to mill these.

So do a traditional inlay removal on these. Not everything has to be done with a drill press.
 
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