I met a woman at the hard rock who works in our EVS department and she was given a set of, what feels like, wooden casino chips from a casino that was supposed to open but never did.
The casino to be open was going to be called NACIONAL CASINO OF HABANA. It was set to open in 1952, but for what ever reason it didn't. WWII?
Anyway, I am trying to get a value on these mint (what I mean by this is they have never been used in play, but they have been handled over the 50 years) casino (chips or tokens) and/or to see if anyone would be interested in possibly buying the whole lot.
They are all individually number with denominations ranging from $25-$1000. There are 6 chips in all.
If you have ever seen these chips before, or have an idea of their value, please contact me.
Thanks for your help