- Sep 8, 2022
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- Eagan, Minnesota
This one. That’s it. Sorry guys. I’ll stay out of the thread on a timeout for awhile. Lol
One last apology to all you seasoned forum folks who are painfully watching their e-mail inboxes swell with my multiple reply’s. I messaged the organizer to make sure he’s got it straight and I’ll just sit back watch you guys have fun for awhile.This one. That’s it. Sorry guys. I’ll stay out of the thread on a timeout for awhile. Lol
That is not an option. Sorry
They are ceramics and a tribute. The expensive ones are Paulson with the THC (Top Hat and Cane) mold around the edges. So these cards mold ones are not those.The card-mold ones aren't ceramic right? What type of chip are they? I ask because I see some of the Sunset Beach's going for a lot of $$$ on here, are these the same as those chips (just done with a group buy) or are they more of a tribute?
Are there pictures of the bunions made yet? Some samples
They are slightly different because of the wording. When I designed mine, I was trying to respect laws. Colors should be similar.@Matthew627 Those are different from the ones pictured in OP. Yours say horseshoe club.
Considering a set of the Binions myself, can we confirm these are different chips?
Giraffes areAre Starlite or Giraffes available for this group buy?
Quick question and apologies if already answered but is the outer ring text and denom part of the mold (debossed relief) or is it printed?Final sample run for Bally's. Going with this one
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Quick question and apologies if already answered but is the outer ring text and denom part of the mold (debossed relief) or is it printed?
No mold is correct, but these are being offered as textured rather than smooth. See post #26 in this thread for an example.Printed… made to appear as a relief.
These chips are flat/smooth with no mold.
My mistake in using the wrong term… textured surface, yes… by “smooth” I meant to indicate that there was no relief/deboss/mold.No mold is correct, but these are being offered as textured rather than smooth. See post #26 in this thread for an example.