For Sale LGK hot stamp solids by the rack or barrel (1 Viewer)

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I won some LGK hot stamp solids a little while ago and am offering hundreds of them up to y'all at a pretty nice price. These chips all have sharp corners and have barely been played, still with pristine stamps. All they really need is a bit of a wipedown with some water and a rag and they should be good to go!

Price is $6/barrel, or $28/rack, or make me an offer on the remaining lot.

All orders must contain a minimum of 100 chips. International shipping okay.

Quantities avaialble:

Red - 149
Green - 49
Black - 120 - SOLD
Light Grey - 40 - SOLD


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thinking of a reason to buy some ;) hmm, heads up set that I'll never use.. :)
GL with the sale..
 

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thinking of a reason to buy some ;) hmm, heads up set that I'll never use.. :)
GL with the sale..

I peeled off a 300pc set of my own. If the LGK mold would have been available for my 1/4 pie set, I'd have gone with that instead. As it turns out, I'm a sucker for the flatter molds. I even considered the textured no mold, but ultimately I do prefer at least a little design around the edge.
 

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Well, I guess I was asking if the chips feel/sound like ASM/BCC chips...

"B. C. Wills & Co., Detroit MI and Reno NV, which made these chips from 1962 or '64-1980's. At least one other place offered it recently. In 1990 The Poker Store, Stanton CA, sent me samples"
 

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Well, I guess I was asking if the chips feel/sound like ASM/BCC chips...

"B. C. Wills & Co., Detroit MI and Reno NV, which made these chips from 1962 or '64-1980's. At least one other place offered it recently. In 1990 The Poker Store, Stanton CA, sent me samples"

Ah, I see. To my ear/hands, they definitely are closer to ASM than anything else.
 
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