For Sale Winner Club 43mm Spotted 1000

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Ok, still looking to raise funds to augment my most in play chipsets.

Again, I don’t like doing first dibs sales, as I’ve lost out on so many things because of work or time zones, so I am going to again be doing this a bit different. I am going to wait until thursday April 2nd to see if people are interested. IF there is more than 1 person interested in purchasing, then game on. The people that post interest will have until Friday April 3rd GMT-7 to list 2 additional people to aid them in this quest.
And then at some point on Friday (or later?) I will post in this thread instructions to post some unknown picture. The first person (or their team member) that posts will get the rights to purchase.

This was not something I wanted to sell, but chances to pick up additions to personal grail sets don’t come along often.

2 racks of Winner Club spotted 1000 chips
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These chips are awesome and amazing. I have gotten them into play a few times, and just love them.

So if you want them, I hope you will love them too.

You can choose 1 or 2 racks.

The price per rack is $395 USD
Shipping will be from Canada.
Paypal will be friends and family , or you cover the fees.

Good luck!
Mike
 

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What are the colors?
Unfortunately, I don't have a paulson colour sample kit, so I'm not entirely certain on the colours. It's some kind of brown/tan base , with a green and orange spot. Sorry, I'm not much help there.

And while people have shown some interest, nobody has actually posted that they want to purchase a rack (or two) , so at this point, they are now open for the first person to claim them.

Good luck!
Mike
 

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Nope, they're 43mm. The 5000 and 10 000 are 47mm. I think the 50 000 ? are 50mm, but I have never had any of those.

I think also the solids were 47mm. I could check.
 

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Nope, they're 43mm. The 5000 and 10 000 are 47mm. I think the 50 000 ? are 50mm, but I have never had any of those.

I think also the solids were 47mm. I could check.
We own a few of the no mold 5ks and 10ks and yes they are 47mm slightly smaller than the Fat hats... but I believe they are considerably heavier than the fat hats.
Fellow Chipper Ben
 

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Well, I compare to the 50mm dealer buttons from Paulson for the Star chips and they are exact
 

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Well, I compare to the 50mm dealer buttons from Paulson for the Star chips and they are exact
Which 10ks do you have? I don’t even know how many variations exist of each denom.
 

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Dude. $20 for that top chip.
Sorry, for now it’s the only one that exists. @BonScot original.

I’ve always a bit confused about paulson’s sizing of chips. I think the 5k winner clubs were described as both 47mm and 50mm
So I dug out some of my oversized Paulson chips for comparison.
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I tried to place each chip on grid paper, with the bottom and left most edge touching a grid line.
I think that these go:
39 / 43 / 47 / 49 / 50

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Here I tried to place chips on top of each other, showing the outer circumference differences


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And here I used a straight edge and pushed all the chips to the bottom, so that they had a common starting point.

Now that I type this, I realize I also have some Paulson 41mm chips. Don’t have any 36mm chips here though :(
 
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