Need help choosing colors for spotted Paulson cash set

GenghisKhan

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Hey everyone.
Need some help from you with your expert opinions.

I want to create a custom labelled set.
I need 4 denoms: 25c, $1, $5, $20.

Question1 : what would be your color lineup?
Question 2: would you swap out a color for something else I don't have yet like black for a $20 or other?

What I'm working with so far:

2 racks of blue Town Tavern
1 rack of purple CDI
1 rack of yellow Steve Appleton
1 rack of red Steve Appleton
1 rack+ of grey National Casino
2 racks of solid pink (quarters?)
30 green Hi Desert ($20s?)

Example:

Red 25c
Blue $1
Yellow $5
Purple $20

The solid pink or grey as a 25c would make a better spot progression though. Let me know your thoughts on any combinations.

Depending which color is which denom, that will decide how much more I need of each and which ones are expendable.

Thanks for playing!

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Not taking into account the available qty. of the denominations you have, my personal preference would be:

fracs: pink Roulettes
$1s: blue Town Taverns
$5s: yellow Steve Appletons
$20s: purple CDIs
$100s: grey National Casino Calgary

Are you planning on murdering/milling these chips and doing an inlay replacement?
 

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Are you planning on murdering/milling these chips and doing an inlay replacement?

That's the plan.
I've got a bunch of "practice" chips.
But once I'm good at it these hotstamps will be milled. The inlayed chips will have their inlays removed.

Right now I'm also trying to decide on a theme & name, but that step is probably still far away.
 
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