Help me build a hot stamp set around these Town Tavern 1's (1 Viewer)

Beakertwang

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Just got 2 racks of these from The Chip Exchange. Used, but still square corners. Looking for hot stamped quarters and 5's to go with them, and looking for ideas.

Requirements:
  • THC
  • comparable condition, not mint, no bicycle tires
  • Reasonably priced, as close to $1/chip as possible (I'm realistic about this)
  • Home game, casino, fantasy, illegal cardroom, etc. all ok
  • Solid hot stamped quarters, color may be dependent on whether I find red or yellow 5's
  • Spotted hot stamped 5's, red or yellows
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Spinetti's has a rack of yellow half-dollars right now for five bills. I bet you could get them for four.
There are actually a lot of great condition yellow quarters out there, but when you find them, they'll be expensive.

Edit - sorry, I didn't see your pricing reqirements. I think realistically you're looking at two bucks apiece minimum for any hot stamp fracs in great condition. Maybe a buck and a half in good condition. Maybe consider starbursts?
 
How about some green NCV 25’s for quarters?
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Unfortunately that is likely the only way to stay close to the budget!! I dont know any HS THC quarters for less than $2 a chip... maybe out there but not common. The green on those NCV looks like it will pair well with your $1s also!!
 
Spinetti's has a rack of yellow half-dollars right now for five bills. I bet you could get them for four.
There are actually a lot of great condition yellow quarters out there, but when you find them, they'll be expensive.

Edit - sorry, I didn't see your pricing reqirements. I think realistically you're looking at two bucks apiece minimum for any hot stamp fracs in great condition. Maybe a buck and a half in good condition. Maybe consider starbursts?
I definitely want quarters. We play 5¢/10¢, but I’m starting to build a group who would prefer to play a bit bigger, so we’ll try .25/.25.
 

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