SOLD *** ENDS TONIGHT *** 10:00PM ET - 20 St. Jo's $100 (1 Viewer)

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Auction is for 20x St. Jo's $100s. Leaded, shaped textured inlay, and vibrant bear claw spotting !

Per the bottom photo in this listing, these chips each have a single crack either on the rolling edge of the green clay or directly between the green and black clay. The cracks are mostly unnoticeable even when in a rack and under direct light (like the picture above) and more unnoticeable when in play however I wanted to make sure they were pointed out.

  1. STARTING BID: [ $ 1 ]
  2. Bids must be placed using numbers (no images), in whole dollars, and in minimum increments of [ $ 1 ]
  3. NO RESERVE. The Starting Bid of this auction will be treated as the Reserve Price.
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I'll start it off. $5.

I'm a n00b here. Are these cracks considered to be a defect?
Great question! All St. Jo's chips were canceled/nullified with a cancelation stamp before they were sold to the private market. The previous owner painstakingly removed all the stamps from both sides. During the cancellation process a lot of chips got cracked at the spots.

I've been handling and shuffling them for a few weeks and noticed no change in the sound (clinking) or durability of the chips compared to those without cracks.
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