Old school Vegas- ideas needed

justincarothers

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Putting together a solid THC tournament sent and want to do an old school Vegas inlay. I have a designer lined up just looking for ideas. I have these two but would appreciate any ideas you may have. Just need to be old school and cool :)

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No ideas at this point but I like where you’re going with it here
Will probably just pick one casino and so far these are the two options. Thought about multiple casinos or one for each denom but that would require a lot more design work
 

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I like the Mint also. It has a classic look. On the other hand, it seems like the Aladdin would allow for a lot more of a creative design if that’s what you’re looking for.
 

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I'd rather go with something that is reminiscent of Old Vegas, but not a name of a property that actually existed in the first 20 years of the Strip's development. Make up a name that conjures up the Americana culture of that period, and use old style label art for sure.
 

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Just to clarify is this a mixed set or a set with one inlay across all denoms? I always favour a unified set rather than a mixed set. So many good options. I really like Stardust, Riviera, El Rancho, and really any of the old school spots.

I am not super in love with the mint inlay but who knows.

Another idea would be to rework an old inlay and use that to create an old school yet truly unique set.
 

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Just to clarify is this a mixed set or a set with one inlay across all denoms? I always favour a unified set rather than a mixed set. So many good options. I really like Stardust, Riviera, El Rancho, and really any of the old school spots.

I am not super in love with the mint inlay but who knows.

Another idea would be to rework an old inlay and use that to create an old school yet truly unique set.
One inlay across all
 
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