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The box is separating at one corner, as shown in the 4th picture. Condition is casino used. These are ceramic chips and most of the artwork has faded.
They are dirty, but will look great after a warm soapy bath. Please look at pictures closely and ask any questions prior to committing to purchase.
Boy was I pissed when I went back to Vegas to find the Sahara gone and nowhere to cash this puppy in! So, this one is up for grabs to the highest bidder.
Obsolete 50 cent Scroll mold casino chip. With Box and Rack Size of Chips: Diameter 5, thick 0. Light shooting and different displays may cause the color of the item in the picture a little different from the real thing.
Mod chip suitable for XBOX v1. Combined shipping if multiple auctions won. This chip is in great used casino condition. We rarely make mistakes, but when we do, we will fix it them.
Chip is in good condition, all edges and features sharp, chip will stand on edge. You will get a Satori Chip with a serial above Satori Coin Hologram - YouTube.
Here is a video of the coin hologram. You will receive opportunities to collect limited and historic coins and collectibles - most of which will never be available to the general public!
Unlike modern poker chips, they were colored differently only to determine player ownership for purposes of settling payments at the end of the game, with different denominations differentiated by different shapes that each counter type had.
In the early history of Poker during the 19th century, players seemed to use any small valuable object imaginable. Early poker players sometimes used jagged gold pieces, gold nuggets, gold dust, or coins as well as "chips" primarily made of ivory, bone, wood, paper, and a composition made from clay and shellac.
Several companies between the s and the late s made clay composition poker chips. There were over designs from which to choose.
Most chips were white, red, blue, and yellow, but they could be made in almost any color desired. The vast majority of authentic casino chips are "clay" chips but can be more accurately described as compression molded chips.
Modern clay chips are a composition of materials more durable than clay alone. At least some percentage of the chips is of an earthen material such as sand, chalk, and clay similar to that found in cat litter.
The process used to make these chips is a trade secret , and varies slightly by manufacturer, most being relatively expensive and time-consuming per chip.
The edge spots, or inserts, are not painted on; to achieve this effect, this area of the clay is removed and then replaced with clay of a different color; this can be done to each chip individually or a strip can be taken out of a cylindrical block of material and replaced with the alternate color before the block is cut into chips.
The printed graphics on clay chips is called an inlay. Inlays are typically made of paper and are then clad with a plastic film applied to the chip prior to the compression molding process.
During the molding process the inlay becomes permanently fastened to the chip and can not be removed from the chip without destroying the inlay.
Ceramic chips were introduced in the mid s as alternative to clay chips, and are also used in casinos, as well as being readily available to the home market.
The ability to print lettering and graphics on the entire surface of the chip, instead of just the inlay, made them popular.
Ceramic chips are sometimes also referred to as clay or clay composite, but they are in fact an injection-molded chip made with a special plastic or resin formula that approximates the feel and sound of ceramic or porcelain.
There are less expensive chips for the home market, made from various forms of plastic and plastic covered metal slugs as well. There is no universally standardized color scheme for poker chip values, and schemes not only vary nationally and regionally, but even from venue to venue, or by event type within a single venue.
Chip colors found in home sets typically include red, white, blue, and sometimes green and black; however, more recently a wide assortment of colors have become readily available, particularly in lower-cost ABS plastic chips.
Common additional colors are pink, purple, yellow, orange, and grey. Newer designs in home chips include three-color designs where a three-step molding process creates a chip with unique base, secondary, and detail colors.
In casinos, uniform chip colors and sizes are sometimes specified by the local gaming control board for consistency. For example, regulations in New Jersey  and Illinois  specify similar uniform colors.
In 19th-century America, there was enough of a tradition of using blue chips for higher values that "blue chip" in noun and adjective senses signaling high-value chips and high-value property are attested since and , respectively.
Because eight is considered a lucky number in Chinese culture, chips denominated 8, 88, and e. They will sometimes contain an image of the animal associated with the year and are issued in a variety of colors.
Low-denomination yellow chips vary in value: Such chips are often yellow or orange. Casinos often use gaming plaques for these denominations: These plaques are about the size of a playing card, and must be marked with serial numbers.
Each casino has a unique set of chips, even if the casino is part of a greater company. The security features of casino chips are numerous.
Artwork is of a very high resolution or of photographic quality. Custom color combinations on the chip edge edge spots are usually distinctive to a particular casino.
UV markings can be made on the inlay. Also being used by one manufacturer, Palm Gaming, is an audible taggant incorporated into the ceramic chip blank.
A simple handheld reader will beep if the gaming chip is authentic. Palm Gaming is even manufacturing custom made molds for their ceramic gaming chips- adding yet another high level of security to its gaming chip.
Counterfeit chips are rare. High levels of surveillance, along with staff familiarity with chip design and coloring, make passing fake chips difficult.
Casinos, though, are prepared for this situation. All states require that casinos have a set of chips in reserve with alternate markings, [ citation needed ] though they may not be required to have exactly the same number of reserve chips as they do on the floor.
Casino chips used in tournaments are usually much cheaper and of much simpler design. Because the chips have no cash value, usually chips are designed with a single color usually differing in shade or tone from the version on the casino floor , a smaller breadth, and a basic mark on the interior to distinguish denominations; however, at certain events such as the World Series of Poker or other televised poker , chips approach quality levels of chips on the floor.