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No coded generic should be attributed to any ~~~

~~~ specific gaming operation unless that generic chip carries a definite alteration such as a painted on or embossed graphic such as the embossed Florida Palms if there is documentation showing where they were used... and, even in such cases where certain generic chips (not different than any other generic of the same code) were known to be part of a named gaming operation (not just a property, but rather an operator) inventory and documented as such; found on the property and confirmed by local historians such as in Saratoga, New York, should not be listed in ChipGuide, since any generic chip in its original state of manufacture could have been used anywhe else... especially on the wheel.

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Hey Nevada Collectors Did this place really exist?
Even if chips exist; such as PAL'S CLUB ~~~
Generic Chips Were More Prevalent..
No coded generic should be attributed to any ~~~
Re: No coded generic should be attributed to any ~
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Re: August 1955... 😊
Re: August 1955... 😊
Re: August 1955... 😊
Re: It's in the Las Vegas listings...
Thanks Pam...
Re: Hey Nevada Collectors Did this place really ex
Thanks Phil... I'll check it out.
The Fuller Index Don't Have a Listing For It
Yes, it existed
Thanks ED... Good to know...
I guess "Hernandez" was a typo. grin

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