Good Day, TGIF here is the Friday edition of the Pages of the Day. All one dollar Nevada chips. Along with the ones from NV, I have all of my regular features that are part of the POD. Thanks for opening my post this Friday. Reggie
2) PAGE #2 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $6
3) PAGE #3 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $5
4) PAGE #4 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $4
5) PAGE #5 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $3
6) PAGE #6 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $2
7) PAGE #7 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE FACE VALUE ($1)
ORDERING INSTRUCTIONS, please order by number, name and price. Numbered chips below correspond with position on the image page. Please email me direct. Please do not put a sold sign on the item you are buying, I may have more than one. First email in my inbox gets first considerations. P/H is $1-1 – 2 chips, $2 – 3 -4 chips, $3 – 5-8 chips, $4 – 9-12 chips, $5 – 13-16 chips, and 17 & up $6.65; this is the max P/H for the U.S. Foreign orders are more. Minimum orders are $4 pay pal accepted to my email. Check, cash or money order accepted, also. RANDOM DISCOUNTS OFTEN OCCUR. Hold service available. 4500+ Different Chips are Available. www.collectionlibrary.com/richardgummer PLMK when chips are received. TY
*Please remember there are minimum $ order requirements, as well as maximums available on cheap chips; ask.
INDIVIDUALLY PRICED CHIPS BELOW:
1) Colonial (N5032S) Reno $11
2) Colorado River Academy of Dealing (N2830) Laughlin $17
3) Crystal Bay Club (Small Key) Lake Tahoe $12
4) Desert Inn (N1489) LV $8.50
5) Desert Inn (N1487) LV $10
6) El Cortez (J Gaughan) LV $7
7) Flamingo (Margaritaville) LV $7
8) Four Queens (Texas) LV $14
9) Four Queens (EZ Tax) LV $7
10) Frontier Hotel (N1682) LV $10
11) Golden Spike (Grand Opening) LV $15
12) Golden The (N3870) Reno $15
FEATURED CHIP OF THE DAY
MOST OR ALL OF THESE HAVE BEEN ON A PAGE A DAY, OR WILL BE IN THE FUTURE. THE PRICE THAT ACCOMPANIES IT WILL BE THE FULL PRICE NO SHIPPING CHARGES ON THIS CHIP. TRADE OFFERS ACCEPTED. INSURANCE WILL BE EXTRA SHOULD YOU WANT IT. THE SELECTION OF CHIPS FEATURED WILL BE BASED ON SEVERAL THINGS INCLUDING: INVENTORY, EYE APPEAL, CONDITION & POPULARITY.
NOTE: See the Chip Guide for reverse side image and additional information, if necessary… reg
Page #2 $6
It was a dark and stormy night. Well, night, so DUH, dark. Not stormy, so much as a heavy almost foggy mist falling so fast that you had to keep the wipers on high, even though there was not that much water involved. Navigating San Diego's freeways takes a bit of doing for the tourist on a bright sunny day. Midnight in the mist was ever so fun.
So anyway, I get to the casino (after driving right past it and having to make a U-ey) Checked out the place riding my scooter all around. Pleasing decor, friendly people for the most part. I settled in at a Fortune Pai Gow table. $10 min bet, not bad. Couple of bucks on the Fortune bet and who knows what else. They play Pai Gow differently here than the way I was brought up on it. Jokers count as any card, not just Aces, Straights and Flushes. Wonderful! I've got Queen Joker + misc junk for my high hand and a pair of dueces low. Not looking too bad. Dealers hand was also 2 pair: Kings and Jacks. Taking my harvested chips and running fast ( as did another player at the table) I rode over to the cashier to turn in the extras that were not going home with me.
He was not busy and seemed bored. I was able to start a conversation with him, and he sold me other chips that I'd not gotten from the table. (a $2 and a $10) He went through several chips in his racks and apologized for the condition: played quite a bit. I told him I was happy to have them anyway. Thank You! I asked if any commons or G.O. or other goodies that might be laying around. He told me of $20 chips that they'd ordered but not used much that were locked up in the vault, but no other special chips. We kept talking and I mentioned the MOGH and the ChipGuide. He went back to the cupboard and asked were there pictures of these in the ChipGuide.
So I quicky snapped the some pictures. I guess he was not worried about a guy riding a scooter making off with the chips from his counter. This was the first time I've been able to engage a cashier in a conversation. Almost worth the loss at the Pai Gow (~buzz~ Not!) but a fun midnight trip nontheless.
P.S. I've submitted them to the ChipGuide!
Page #3 $5
This is a chip I would like to acquire through trade or purchase please email if you have one available or know someone who has one available. Even if you do not have the denomination or mold shown, you should know that it is possible that I may need other denominations or molds from this casino. Please email me with any items that you would like to sell or trade. Please make your request for trade and the price you would like for this item. Thanks, Reggie
Page #4 $4
MANY OF YOU KNOW THAT I ORIGINALLY COME FROM THE TREASURE STATE OF MONTANA. SO, NEEDLESS TO SAY THAT I HAVE MADE DOZENS OF TRIPS UP TO MONTANA.
I HAVE HARVESTED CHIPS AT THE BIG SLICK CARD ROOM A COUPLE OF TIMES. ONE OF WHICH WAS A “HIT AND RUN”, OF WHICH I WILL EXPLAIN IN A FUTURE HARVEST STORY. THE OTHER WAS FIRST TIME I HAD EVER BEEN THERE. I HAD TO TALK TO THE CARD ROOM MANAGER ABOUT AN HOUR BEFORE HE FELT I WAS DESERVING. I HAD TO EXPLAIN OUR CLUB, THE ADVERTISING VALUE OF HIS CHIPS ETC, ETC.
HE LIKE TO TALK ABOUT THE BIG TOURNAMENT HE HAS EVERY YEAR AT THE DOC HOLIDAY CARD ROOM, THAT DRAWS SEVERAL BIG NAME TOURNAMENT PLAYERS UP TO MONTANA. ONE WAS DOYLE BRUNSON’S SON TODD BRUNSON AND ANOTHER WAS LAYNE FLACK, A LOCAL BOY. ACTUALLY IT WAS VERY ENTERTAINING TO HEAR THE CARD ROOM STORIES FROM THIS PROFESSIONAL CARD ROOM MANAGER. AND THIS IS A DEFINITE CASE OF I NEVER BOUGHT (EITHER TIME) NEAR ENOUGH CHIPS …REGGIE
Page #5 $3
Page #5a $3
I am always trying to put things together that have some semblance of balance. Of course, that will always be in the eye of the beholder. Some of these may attract you the collector a little or a lot, no matter which way it attracts, please know I am always trying to help you out, with items you want at price that is fair. For now, I am going to do them every week, but as an unscheduled surprise feature…Thanks for looking. Reggie
If you have some ideas about compatible pairs please send them in to me. If it is possible and I happen to have the two, they will be put on the docket...reg
Add one dollar for shipping, unless you have a hold service with me
Lake Tahoe $5
Page #6 $2
Page #6a $2
Images with descriptions are always the absolutely best method beginning a trade/buy. Using a scanner with true colors, is the best; imaging method.
Describing your traders is very important to your trade partner, this is equally important to a buyer should you be sending a list to someone that is interested in buying your chips. A generic list of names of casinos, cannot help the trade or sale in any way, it creates more emails and undesirable scenarios.
Here are some choices in which you can specify the casino or chip. Please do not discount this as being too much work.
1) Casino’s such as Harrah’s, Caesar’ & Hollywood, have multiple locations, you must always list the location; if necessary, even the street address.
2) Chips all have ID numbers, now; possibly with the exception of some foreign chips. Nevada chips have two ID#’s The Chip Rack and the Chip Guide numbers. There are other Guides that help out as well with ID#’s on some of the other states along with the Chip Guide. Try sending an ID # with your next trade offering or selling list. See how much better this works. This is a minimum amount of information needed.
3) To create an even more friendly trading or selling atmosphere, include other chip descriptive items; such as:
d) Special distinctions such as G. O. Grand Opening, LTD Limited Edition, etc.
e)# of Inserts and colors
f)Quantity of each available
An overview is, that; too little information is just a lot of hard work on your chipper trade partners, and or potential buyer. Generally, resulting in a lack of interest, and possibly no trade or sale…
I HAVE BEEN COLLECTING POST CARDS FOR SEVERAL YEARS, AND HAVE SOME PRETTY COOL ONES. THOUGHT IT WOULD BE A NICE THING TO DO; SHARING THEM. NOT QUITE READY TO START SELLING THEM. ( THERE ARE VERY FEW THAT I HAVE DUPLICATES THEY ARE FOR SALE AND WILL HAVE A PRICE ALONG WITH THEIR TITLES). THAT BEING SAID; SHOULD YOU JUST HAVE TO HAVE ONE OF THESE BEAUTIES THAT IS NOT PRICED, FEEL FREE TO MAKE ME AN HONEST OFFER.…REGGIE
#051 HAROLDS CLUB – COVERED WAGON ROOM - RENO
Page #7 Face Value
MANY YEARS AGO I STARTED MY POSTING, BY POSTING “A SET OF THE DAY” I THINK I HAD ABOUT 300-400 SETS ALL TOGETHER. THAT WAS A LOT OF FUN BACK THEN. AND WHEN I STARTED DOING “A PAGE A DAY” I INCLUDED BETTER SETS AS A CATEGORY.
BUT NOW; RATHER THAN HAVING MY BETTER SETS CATEGORY, I WILL START HAVING A REGULAR SET OF THE DAY WITH MY OTHER FEATURES WHEN I DISPLAY A “PAGE OF THE DAY”.
I AM REDUCING PRICES ON MOST OF THESE SETS, SOME WILL BE FACE VALUE, SO IF YOU SEE SOMETHING YOU LIKE AND WANT, PLEASE DO NOT HESITATE IN SENDING ME AN EMAIL, PUTTING A SOLD SIGN ON THE CB IS NOT THE WAY TO GUARANTEE YOUR PURCHASE OR TRADE. SEE POD FOR P/H RATES. SEND ME AN EMAIL FOR ORDERS OR QUESTIONS…Reggie
Glacier National Park Montana $5
FOLKS, I WILL BE TRADING LIBERALLY AT THE TRADE SHOW, PLEASE LOOK ME UP IF YOU ARE GOING TO ATTEND ANY TRADE SESSIONS WHILE AT THE SHOW. I WILL HAVE APPROXIMATELY 1600 CHIPS WITH DUPES OF SOME OF THE MORE POPULAR CHIPS.
ANOTHER THING IS I WILL BE THERE EARLY ENOUGH ON TUESDAY TO SCHEDULE A TRADE SESSION IN MY ROOM , AFTER ATTENDING THE ANNUAL SPLASH BAR MEET AND GREET AND DOING SOME PERSONAL CHIP TRADING.
I BELIEVE IN TRADING FIRST, AND THE FOLKS THAT KNOW ME FROM THE CONVENTION IN JUNE AT LAS VEGAS, KNOW THIS. HOWEVER SOME OF THE NEWER MEMBERS MIGHT NOT THINK ABOUT TRADING WHILE ATTENDING THE CONVENTION IN JUNE. ANY QUESTIONS PERTAINING TO THIS SUBJECT, PLEASE EMAIL ME ANY TIME. THANKS FOR READING THIS LITTLE INFO-MERCIAL…REGGIE