Not Mine Unusual Paulson inserts.

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Not sure the name but I've seen it before...

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This may not be unusual to you, but I don't ever recall seeing this type of insert. What is it called, 312P? 3 half inch wide pyramids? :p

It's a Paulson 6 or P6 spot. TRK had a similar (but different) spot in their lineup -- 3 1/2 moon. BCC called their TRK-version a 3 moon.

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Apache sold several different hot-stamped blue chips with P6 spots on the card pip mold (Private Cardroom, Avalon Club, PNY 25c, TH&C, Bahama, PCA star).

Like the P20 (8V) and P18 spots, the end result after pressing is more angular on one side and more rounded on the opposite side.
 
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HUMBLEBRAGGGGGGG CITY. Yeah, see that 3 spot in there, right behind my HUGE stack.

lol i just google imaged for a foxwoods chip and grabbed one. i went on an uber heater at foxwoods one night for like $5k, but that stack looks like it's pushing $8k.
 

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I don't have much to add that hasn't been said already, but I do have these pics of samples. :)
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Ok so apparently when you're falling asleep and only have one eye left open, your memory ain't that good, lol. I recognize a few of your examples. Just don't see these inserts that often I guess. Now how about #21 in cpiaaq's samples? Nice.
 
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