Help ID the "clay" chips Please

Trihonda

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for sale locally, and of course they're advertised as "clay". Kinda figure they're injected molded, but they look unique to many other plastic chips I see sold locally. Can you help aiD these, and let me know if they're worth anything.

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I'm not sure about the red, blue and green ones but the black is clearly $100 and I think the white is $1.
 

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A tiny notch better than dice chips, but nothing as good as next gens. Not worth the cost of shipping even if you got them for free.

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Are they the hard plastic type? I always thought these would feel more like really soft China clay. Kind of like the compressed candy from those necklaces and rocket pops..
 

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A tiny notch better than dice chips, but nothing as good as next gens. Not worth the cost of shipping even if you got them for free.

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Kinda what I thought. Just wanted to make sure
 

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brittle plastic, sorta like china clay rejected material. i have a set around here somewhere, if anybody wants them for the cost of shipping.
 

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I had a set of these think I payed $75 for a 300 or 500 piece set a few years ago. My set had a few warped chips and uneven stacks.
 
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