SOLD Samples for new chippers - over 200 chips + case for $150 shipped (1 Viewer)

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$150 shipped anywhere in the U.S. Shipping outside of U.S. gets $25 credit. Chips will come in the case pictured.

For a new chipper, this is a great shortcut to samples. In my experience, you will spend more money trying to acquire all of these samples individually plus months of your time.

Column 1 - Sluggos, cheap, weighted injection ABS plastics
5 x Prestige Pro - 1,5,25,100,500
5 x Showdown - 25c, 1, 5, 25, 500
5 x Mint - $1, $5, $25, $1000, $5000
5 x blank Desert Heat (no labels) - blue, purple, brown, yellow, pink
5 x Crown Casino Royale non-denom - red, blue, orange, purple, pink
7 x Nevada Club - 25c, $1, $5, $10, $25, $100, $500
5 x Monte Carlo smooth from PokerStore.com - $1, $5, $25, $100, $500
5 x Outlaw - 25c, $1, $5, $25, $100
5 x Monaco - all $1

Column 2 - China Clay (injection molded "clay-like" plastics)
5 x Royal (43mm) - 25c, $1, $100, $500, $5000
5 x All-In Chips - all green
6 x Milano - 25c, $1, $5, $25, $50, $500
5 x Pharoah's - 5c, $1, $100, $500, $5000
5 x Majestic - 50c, $1, $5, $25, $100

Column 3 - Ceramics
1 x WPS from ABC Ceramics (43mm) - 10k
6 x WPS from ABC Ceramics - 25, 100, 500, 1000, 5000, 10k
5 x Dia de los Muertos from Br Pro Poker - all $2.50 on green design
5 x Lucky Dragon from SunFly PolyClay on Ascona mold - all grey 100
4 x Starlite tributes from Tina Cards Mold - 50c, $25, $1000, $5000
6 x Nile Club - 50c, $2, $2.50, $3, $10, $1000
5 x Tiki Kings from Br Pro Poker - 25c, $1, $5, $25, $100
5 x Scrolls - $1, $5, $25, $100, $500
5 x Pioneer Club - 5, 25, 100, 500, 1000
5 x Tina no mold - assorted
5 x Tina card mold - assorted

Column 4 - Real Casino Plastics
5 x Occidental Grand Aruba from Gemaco - $1, $2.50, $5, $25, $100
4 x San Juan Inter-Continental from Gemaco - 1x100, 3 x 25 but with both primary and secondary colors
4 x Radisson Aruba from Matsui - $2.50 yellow, $25 green, $25 tan, $5 red
5 x Tropicana Evansville Tournament from Gemaco - 1x5T white label, 2x25T black label, 2x100T black label
5 x Tropicana Evansville cash from Gemaco - $1, $5, 2x$25, $100
4 x Black Diamond Ranch from Matsui - 5, 20, 100, no-denom
5 x lightweight generic roulettes from Bud Jones - purple
1 x Holiday International from Bud Jones - 25c

Column 5 - Real Casino Plastics continued
3 x 43mm Condado Plaza from Bud Jones coin in center - $500 purple, $500 brown, $1000 pink
2 x 43mm Radisson Aruba from Matsui - $500 white
5 x Europa Casinos Lithiuania from BG - all 25
4 x Condado Plaza from Bud Jones coin in center - pink $5, blue $5, green $25, black $100
5 x Bud Jones roulettes with inlay
5 x lightweight Isle of Capri roulettes from Bud Jones - maroon, orange, brown, tan, pink
1 x Rendezvous from Bud Jones coin in center - $1

Column 6 - Real Clays
5 x Jack Cincinnati from Paulson unleaded THC - all $1 white
5 x Sahara Dunes Elsinore from Paulson leaded THC bike tire hotstamp - all $1 blue
5 x Isle of Capri NCV from Paulson RHC hotstamp - all red NCV
6 x generic roulettes from Paulson THC hotstamp - 5 pinks, 1 white
2 x Biloxi Grand Casino from ASM/CPC HHR mold + inlay - orange, dark blue, light blue
5 x generic no mold from ASM/CPC + inlay - all blue
6 x antique paranoid chips - mix of colors and symbols
5 x ASM diamond square mold (3 red + 2 yellow)
5 x Roulette mold from Paulson

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(Oops, just read the description better. I’m not a new chipper so please give them to a newbie if they want them. If no one claims them, happy to be backup if that’s cool.)
 
Where’s the mystery SFRB you found these in?
I might have done better auctioning them off that way! This was built up from lots of various sample purchases over 6 months. It mirrors my own sample set with room to grow. Having a wide variety of shuffle stacks is a nice reference for feel, weights, colors, labels, sound, etc.
 
(Pssst, there's no such thing as 'compression clay plastics')
What would be the best term here? Serious question - I'm always trying to learn.

I think CPC claims their chips do not have plastics, but basically, all other clays including Paulson have plastics mixed into the clay. Correct me if I am wrong. "China clays" are compression molded, but mostly inferior plastic with a little bit of clay in there, if I'm not mistaken. And the sluggos (first column) are completely plastic and injection, not compression molded.
 
China Clays are injection molded plastics. No exceptions.

CPC do not use "conventional" plastics, but stick to natural polymeric compounds that have a plastic-like nature such as cotton and other fibers.

Thanks. I think I got some bad info early on. I don't want to perpetuate it. I edited the description of column #2 to "injection molded "clay-like" plastics."

Do you think that is a fair/accurate description? I'm about to close the sales thread and don't want to leave inaccurate info for future readers.

There is, in my opinion, a difference/superior feel to the second column of chips over the first. Must be a) the lack of a metal slug and b) different/better plastic material. Good to know that it is not the molding process itself though that accounts for the difference.
 
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