GOOD MORNING FOLKS, TODAY I HAVE PAGES OF ABSOLUTELY COOL CALIFORNIA CHIPS. THERE ARE SOME FROM ALMOST EVERY DECADE OF CALIFORNIA GAMBLING HISTORY, PAST. THIS SATURDAY, I MAY OR MAY NOT BE ABLE TO POST A POD. I HAVE TO TAKE NANCY OVER TO THE CLEVELAND CLINIC AGAIN IN WESTIN, FL. (NEAR MIAMI). HER HEART ARYTHMIA IS ACTING UP AGAIN. SAY A FEW WORDS FOR HER TO THE BIG GUY, IF YOU CARE TO. THANKS FOR READING MY POST TODAY.
1) PAGE #1 ALL INDIVIDUAL PRICING
1a) PAGE #1a ALL INDIVIDUAL PRICING
2) PAGE #2 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $5
3) PAGE #3 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $4
4) PAGE #4 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $3
5) PAGE #5 PRICE OF ALL CHIPS ARE $2
6) PAGE #6 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) 101 Club Turlock, CA $11
2) 19th Hole Antioch, CA $8
3) AA (Abe Arnold) Los Angels, CA $14
4) A. B. C. Club (Rendevous) Sacramento, CA $14
5) Adolfo’s Lemoore $7
6) Artichoke Joe’s San Bruno, CA $7
7) ARTS (Arts Card Room) Atwater, CA $11
8) Ash Street Ventura $6
9) Avalon, The Emeryville, CA $8
10) B A Harrison’s CR San Diego, CA $7
11) B and Z Ent. Sacramento, CA $18
12) Bay 101 (6th Anniversary) San Jose $10
13) BCC (Office) Bakersfield, CA $15
14) BEB (Seal Beach Hotel) Seal Beach, CA $15
15) Bill and Ann’s Bakersfield, CA $8
16) Bill’s Golden Horseshoe Clovis, CA $8
17) Black Sheep Casino Cameron Park, CA $8
18) Cache Creek Indian Bingo & Casino Brooks, CA $8
19) California Games Sacramento $8
20) Cahilla Creek Restaurant and Casino Borrego Anza, CA $7
PAGE 1a ALL INDIVIDUALLY PRICED CHIPS
1) Camelot Club San Diego, CA $11
2) Casa Royale Casino Bakersfield $11
3) Card Club Grass Valley, CA $8
4) Casino Royale (Red Heart w/Black $1) San Bruno, CA $7
5) Castroville Casino (Artichoke Center-Overstamp-Navy w/3 Orange) Castroville $7
6) CBC (Cahto Bingo Casino) Laytonville, CA $7
7) CC (Chris Corral) Oakdale, CA $8
8) Club Cabazon Cabazon $6
9) Club Caribe (Black Unicorn) Cudahy, CA $14
10) Club San Ramon San Ramon, CA $8
11) Cotton’s Card Room San Diego, CA $13
12) Crazy Delberts Tulare, CA $8
13) Crystal Mountain Shingle Springs $6
Page 2 $5
Page 2a $5
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 $4
Postcards shown below are all duplicates and cheaper, especially if you buy the two or three listed, for the current POD. There will be a minimum postage charge of $1. Multiple cards p/h will be determined at time of sale.
Fremont DT $1, LV sky view $3 Both $3
Page 4 $3
This accounting of a harvest is very special to me. This casino is about 25 miles from where yours truly spent his childhood years. So it meant I was making a trip to see my family and friends in Northern Montana. This I believe was the second trip to this casino. And it was the typical summer day in northern MT, windy and partly cloudy.
Nancy and I both were ready for a rest stop break, after driving from Bozeman to Helena to Great Falls and finally stopping again before travelling another 20 miles in to Havre, MT where our reservations were for the evening. Box Elder is a small town of about 200-300 people, as is my home town of Gildford, MT. So we stopped, to do a quick harvest and take a rest break.
When we walked in I asked the cashier if they had had any one turn in any of the Grand Opening chips.(Denominations are $1 & $5) See CG: http://www.themogh.org/cg_chip2.php?id=MTBENW The young lady said, let me check the vault. And to my suprise after a short wait she came back and said I only have 35 $1 GO’s and 7 $5 GO’s. How many do you want? Needless to say, I said I would like them all. This time I had no regrets about buying enough and never stopped smiling all the way back to California. (Where I lived at the time)
This was and still is my most favorite story of my harvesting stories. Loved it…Reggie
Page 5 $2
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 NOW, 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
Max Casino Carson City, NV WAS $8.50 NOW $7
Page 6 Face Value
Page 6a Face Value
I WILL BE FEATURING ONE STATE PER PAGE OF THE DAY IN THE FUTURE. PLEASE, NO CHERRY PICKING REQUESTS, UNTIL I BREAK DOWN THE STATES INTO INDIVIDUAL CHIPS. IT WILL BE ONE TO TWO YEARS (2019-2020)BEFORE I BREAK ANY OF THE LARGER STATES AND WHEN I DO I WILL MAKE AN ANNOUNCEMENT.
A WORD ON WHAT APPEARS TO BE DUPLICATES ON THE PAGES. THESE ARE UV OR MOLD VARIATIONS. I AM NOT GOING TO PULL THESE OUT AT THIS TIME. SHOULD THIS BECOME A NEGOTIATING FACTOR AND THE BUYER ONLY WANTS JUST ONE CHIP AND THE UV’S AND MOLDS MATTER NOT, THEN I WILL REMOVE THEM AND ADJUST THE PRICE ACCORDINGLY.
FOLKS, MANY OF THESE CHIPS ARE ALIVE, AND STILL BEING USED ON THE TABLES TODAY. SHOULD YOU BE NEAR BY A CLUSTER OF CASINOS FROM ANY PARTICULAR STATE, YOU PROBABLY CAN COME OUT AHEAD. ALSO, PLEASE KNOW THAT I CONSTANTLY OVER THE LAST 12 YEARS UP GRADED. I BOUGHT ANY NEW CASINO ISSUES WHEN THEY COME OUT FROM THE LOCAL CHIPPER THAT OFFERED THEM FOR SALE ON THE CHIPBOARD. THANKS FOR TAKING A LOOK-SEE…REGGIE