Cancelled Tri-Club Mold (MD-32) Chips - White or Blue

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I am looking to round out my Tri-Club custom set. It started as a limit set, but I have found some higher denoms. Just missing chips to make a $1.

Looking for white or blue base chips with edge spots. A rack or two would be great. I'd consider other colors too.

Show me what you've got for sale/trade!
 
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Help a brother out.

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Thanks. But I don’t think I can use solids. And I need blue or white for a $1.

I’m thinking the black for my $20 and white for my hundo. Maybe these green/orange for a 50¢, but my 25¢ is already green/grey. They just won’t be on the table at the same time.

Still need to order Gear labels... but I need to know my quantities first!

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Totally missed this thread. Those labels are frigging great! Why do I feel like I've seen these before, are they based off an actual casino design?
 

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Totally missed this thread. Those labels are frigging great! Why do I feel like I've seen these before, are they based off an actual casino design?
Thanks! Based off of Casino Club Redding.

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Ive got 2000x green chips for the 25¢, and 400x red chips for the $5. Sweet limit set to relabel. But I was gifted more chips on this mold. I’d just love some $1s to round out the set. I have double what is in that photo below.

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I knew it! That is a great inlay on the original, a great idea to borrow from.

Omg, that is a whack ton of chips! Are you labeling them all yourself? I'm glad I have the excuse of being on the other side of the country so I don't get asked to help haha!
 

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I knew it! That is a great inlay on the original, a great idea to borrow from.

Omg, that is a whack ton of chips! Are you labeling them all yourself? I'm glad I have the excuse of being on the other side of the country so I don't get asked to help haha!
Fortunately, the labels on these pop off very easily. I’ll take it slowly...one rack at a time.

4800+ inlays to remove. 4800+ labels to apply. The funny thing is that I haven’t even made the set yet, and I have 2 offers to buy it once it’s complete. :ROFL: :ROFLMAO:
 

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Fortunately, the labels on these pop off very easily. I’ll take it slowly...one rack at a time.

4800+ inlays to remove. 4800+ labels to apply. The funny thing is that I haven’t even made the set yet, and I have 2 offers to buy it once it’s complete. :ROFL: :ROFLMAO:
Wow, I don't know if I could put that much time in and then sell it. Sick set though! Love to see it completed.
 

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Any whites or blues with spots out there, or should I give up?

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Fortunately, the labels on these pop off very easily. I’ll take it slowly...one rack at a time.

4800+ inlays to remove. 4800+ labels to apply. The funny thing is that I haven’t even made the set yet, and I have 2 offers to buy it once it’s complete. :ROFL: :ROFLMAO:

I'll buy it BEFORE it is complete -- think of the work you'll save! :)
 
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