Sneak peek of my newly labeled Aztars

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I haven't finished yet (there's another 250+ chips to go) and its taking a long time to do them, but here's a picture of one of each relabeled along with originals. Since I haven't found enough Aztar 50 cent chips yet to use, I labeled some others that looked similar (both are in the pic). The Missouri Aztars are a different mold unfortunately

Top two rows are the cash set chips and the bottom two rows are the tourney chips. Thanks to Gear for making these labels...they are great :)

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They turned out great. They match the color very well.
I'm doing a label project very soon. Gear is in the running. How much per label if you don't mind telling? If not I understand I will contact him to find out.
 

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They turned out great. They match the color very well.
I'm doing a label project very soon. Gear is in the running. How much per label if you don't mind telling? If not I understand I will contact him to find out.

They are very reasonable (and worth it).... his pricing is here: http://www.gearlabels.com/pricing.html

Considering I had some custom colors to match and the amount of labels, it was a deal. I had to send him a chip for each color, to get the match right, but he sends them back. The best was the brownish $10k color ..... I didn't think he could get that crazy shade to match but he did
 

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the colour matching is awsome

great job

is the intention to get the same mould for all the chips?
 

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Originally yes, I wanted the same mould for everything .....except the 50 cent chips which were missouri aztars and I was ok that those were different. The 10's were extra 50 cent cruise ship chips that I didn't want to part with, so I figured make them into $10s. The 10k brown chips are NCL cruise ship fracs that I had a few and thought I would use them as well
 
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cool, tell us what the originals were, thanks

Cash game:
0.25 = Garden City $1
0.50 (with spots) = real ..... Missouri Aztar
0.50 (without spots) = Princess Cruise 50 cents
1.00 = real ....Indiana Aztar
2.50 = real ....Indiana Aztar
5.00 = real ....Indiana Aztar
10.00 = Regency Cruise 50 cent
20.00 = Eureka 25 cent <--- love the color of these solids
100.00 (white lines) = real ....Indiana Aztar <- I decided to get just a few of these as the cash game 100's

Tourney Set:
25 = real ..... Indiana Aztar
100 = real ..... Indiana Aztar
500 = real ..... Indiana Aztar
1000 (oversized) = real ....Indiana Aztar <-----these Mofo's were about 40% of the entire cost of the set
2500 = Paulson home chips (Bahamia, Top Hat & Cane, Avalon, High Roller, and Private Card Room) ...a few of each kind
5000 = Aliante $1
10000 = NCL 50 cent
25000 = Gold Strike $1

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