Putting a price on Paulson Pharaoh's and others. (1 Viewer)

Mesnik44

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This is what I have;

The time has come for me to part with my set. I have a number in my head, but I want to see what the community has to say.

400x25
200x100
200x100 Classic Paulsons
50x500
100xpurple pharaoh ncv
150x1000
80x1000 par-a-dice 43mm relabeled as 5000's

The set has been very well taken care of and I would say they are near mint.

Thanks in advance.
 

Mesnik44

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Paulson Chips mold.

I will dig out some pics later....Canada is too busy kicking Russia's ass in Jr. Hockey for me to get the camera!
 

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I know of three or four French poker chips enthusiasts that are looking for some Paulson Pharaoh's.
Let me know when you are ready to part with these chips.
 

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Assuming near mint like you said, I'd go with around .65 cents each. Depends a lot on if you want to sell the whole set only without breaking it up. You will need to take a larger hit if you don't break it up.
 

BGinGA

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I'd put the set value at a lot closer to $1/chip. Recent single rack sales have been near $150. Shouldn't have too much trouble selling 800 Pharaoh's for $700+, although the breakdown isn't very good. For that reason alone,you will definitely do better selling by the rack. In addition, a lot of people won't be interested in the mixed set that would otherwise be potential buyers.
 

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I'd put the set value at a lot closer to $1/chip. Recent single rack sales have been near $150. Shouldn't have too much trouble selling 800 Pharaoh's for $700+, although the breakdown isn't very good. For that reason alone,you will definitely do better selling by the rack. In addition, a lot of people won't be interested in the mixed set that would otherwise be potential buyers.

^^^^ All of that.
 

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I also think closer to $1 or even more for some denoms each.
 
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