Casino Chips and Gaming Counters

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Collection of 107 Gambling Chips

Mostly from the USA and including many unusual pieces and made from different material including bone, card and aluminium.
£445.00

Hand-engraved oval Mother of Pearl Token

Made in the Far East for use in Europe as gaming counters, dating from early to mid 1800's
£8.95

Metropolitan Gambling Chips

These two gambling chips were issued by Metropolitan Casinos Ltd, which as far as we know, no longer exists. We know they are pre-decimal, i.e. before 1971, because one of the denominations is 10/- or Ten Shillings. After Decimalization it would have been called 50 Pence. There are two chips the 10/- (Ten Shillings) in gold lettering on a blue background. The other chip was a £1 with green lettering on a red background. At the time £1 was a lot of money. You get both chips which we think are very interesting, especially at this price. Remember that they are at least 38 years old. An interesting bit of history, which the internet wishes to replace completely.
£6.50

Pair of Swaziland Casino Tokens. VF+

Two Casino tokens from The Royal Swazi Casino, 20c and 50c
£17.50

Pair of Victoria Club High Value Gambling Chips

This is a pair of very high-value gambling chips from the Victoria Club in Nottingham, England. There are only two chips, but one is for £100 and the other is for £500. To get either of these two, you had to be a high roller. The £100 chip is golden yellow with four security multi-coloured bands around the rim. The £500 chip is pink again with the four security multi-coloured bands around the rim. Remember that these are the actual chips that were used by high rollers. The £500 chip actually cost you £500, admittedly that was when they were current. Both chips have the most impressive building on the back. So if you don’t want to pay £600 for the pair, how about £14.95 At this price, they are a bargain and think how much fun you can have showing them to your friends. Just tell them that you forgot to cash them in…
£14.95

Prince of Wales poker chips from the early 20th century

Measuring 37mm and in great condition. Same design on both sides.
£6.95