Maybe it would make a nice article for the club Mag. if someone who knew the details of Mr. Borland's creations, would clarify the situation. I originally thought they were made and sold as collectors items, but not ever used in any of the casinos. One look at the molds, is a clue. "Nevada" and "Diecar"
Then someone said he originally made the chips for the casinos, and after they closed, or changed chips, he made some reproductions to sell?
So how does someone tell if it's a real chip that was made for the casino, or an unmarked reproduction of the same chip.