Curious about COLE chips

Brihod

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Hey all, I recently acquired a storage unit and found these COLE chips. Just wandering if they are something of interest or value. The unit has primarily been 90s and 80s toys but as I go further back I am finding lots of poker related items.
 

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Hello

Welcome at PCF
You have a combination of chips

The white chips are TRKing small crowns (scrowns), they closed shop years ago.
The green, purple and presume the yellow chips are ASM chips (now CPC) on the horsehead left (HHL) mold.

Here a link to the chip rack for COLE chips: click here
Chips are not identified...could be a (illegal) card club, private ordered chips, ...
Here is a link to the Silver Palm Club (Palm Springs California): click here

The TRK chips could have value as single chip...the ASM chips are between 60c-$1 per chip.

Feel free to post more poker/chip related item...we love that stuff :)
 
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The good news is it looks like you didn’t find cheap plastic crap poker chips in your storage unit. I don’t see high value chips yet, but certainly good quality and some value!
 

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Yeah asm will be more about .20-.30/chip maybe more if you have full racks or a payable set
 

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Those are HHL chips, made by Burt Co. for either Christy & Jones or Bud Jones Co. (Bud Jones designed and owned the mold).

Likely made sometime between 1955-1970. I don't think ASM ever produced HHL chips.
 
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