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Re: What does this Large Crown hot stamp say?

Yes, I can definitely see how the authors of TGT might have looked at that T. R. King order card hot stamp and have read "Aroyie" Club.

In TGT there are no chips associated with the "Aroyal Casino", but there are Large Crown chips associated with the "Aroyie Club". The chips were sent out in seven colors, one of them orange, in 1949. They were shipped to the Belcor Company, 505 E. Compton, Room 201, Compton, CA.

I will update the listing with this information, and explain the likely confusion.

505 East Compton was a two story building with several offices on each floor. Lots of ads from some offices in the building, but none that I can find from Room 201. I also come up with nothing on a Belcor Company in the 1940s or 1950s, with newspapers.com.

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What does this Large Crown hot stamp say?
Looks like Aroyle which is what
ARGYLE without a doubt
Here is a Gothic "G" on a chip....
Q.E.D.
Re: What does this Large Crown hot stamp say?
Re: What does this Large Crown hot stamp say?
Looks Like CLUB ARCHIE..
YES IT DOES!!!
I bought and submitted the chip in 2010 ....
Barry Weintraub ?
Re: Barry Weintraub ?
Barry Weintraub lived in Washington state
Previously, California. See Argyle Ave in ~~~

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