Horseshoe labeling with city?

Littleluck55

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I have a question in regards with labeling chips with the horseshoe label. I have a few sets (cash, tourney, wsop) of Cincinnati Horse Shoe chips. For the most part, all the recent labels say Horseshoe Card Room. I noticed while searching, I saw a few that had the Horseshoe Cleveland, Ohio labels.

Is there an issue using Horseshoe Cincinnati,OH label or is that a no-no now? I am looking to relabel a mint RHC as a $1 since the originals are all used. And also need to label a non-denom $1 from the $100 36mm buy in chips for my tourney set.

Would @Gear have these on file or would I need to recreate the wheel designing them?
 

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Would @Gear have these on file or would I need to recreate the wheel designing them?

You should ask him! ;)

I saw a few that had the Horseshoe Cleveland, Ohio labels.

I don't think you did...? I haven't made any Horseshoe labels that said Cleveland (or Cincinnati), at least not in the original style. I have made some of the 36 mm labels (WSOP, tournament, etc.) with Cleveland or Cincinnati.

Is there an issue using Horseshoe Cincinnati,OH label or is that a no-no now? I am looking to relabel a mint RHC as a $1 since the originals are all used. And also need to label a non-denom $1 from the $100 36mm buy in chips for my tourney set.

I'd be happy to print some Horseshoe labels for you, with more-or-less whatever text you want, as long as it's not any flavor of Cleveland or Cincinnati (i.e. doesn't matter whether it has "OH" attached or not.) Typically people have opted for things like CARD ROOM, CASINO, POKER ROOM, etc.
 
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