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Isle of Capri Casino Three (.999) silver casino chips

Isle of Capri Casino, Bossier City, Louisiana. Three different .999 silver casino chips. Each showing a different parrot. They are gold plated on the outer rim to make them look bi-metallic. Weighing 36.9 grams (1.186 ounces) of pure silver.

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.

Pair of Swaziland Casino Tokens. VF+

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

Prince of Wales poker chips from the early 20th century

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

R. Casino 6x Gambling Chips

Bought from Las Vegas; not expensive at just £9.50 but extremely interesting and remember there are only 70 sets available. Each chip is in a heavy clay-like material.

Set of 5 high value Las Vegas gambling chips

$100, 2 x $1000 and 2 x $10000 chips in heavy clay material