Soctia Prince Casino Chips (1 Viewer)

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There used to be a ferry that went from Portland ME to Nova Scotia in the 80's and 90's ...... I took it quite a few times but was always too young to gamble. I have two vinyl covered dollar tokens that I got for my collection but never got a hold of any real chips. Was wondering if anyone had any of these and if so, wanted to sell one (or at least scan one so I could see what they looked like)

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via the chipguide:

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wow, those are odd ..... no denominations . Thank you for posting them!
Now to hunt them down for the display case :)
 

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wow, those are odd ..... no denominations . Thank you for posting them!
Now to hunt them down for the display case :)

the first two are alternating sides of the same chip. the third is one side of another, the alternating side being simply the chipco logo from that era.

the other ferry casinos listed have typical denominations. it's likely that the Scotia Prince also had several denoms, but that the $1 was the only one that survived to be documented.
 
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