Collectible Casino Chips
Collectors Turn to Casino Chips, Seeking Fun, Profit and a Link to Gambling History Through These Fascinating and Colorful Pieces of Clay and Plastic That Don't Lose Their Value Even After They Leave the Gaming Table
From the Print Edition:
Michael Douglas, May/Jun 98
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Casino Chip and Gaming Tokens Collectors Club James Steffner, membership officer, P.O. Box 368, Wellington, Ohio 44090. One-year dues are $20. Membership includes quarterly publication, "Casino Chip and Token News."
Gaming Times magazine Bill Akeman Jr., publisher, (702) 876-6020. Akeman also operates what is probably the nation's largest retail store devoted to chips and other casino collectibles. Contact the magazine at: 4089 Spring Mountain Road., Las Vegas, Nevada 89102; (702) 876-6020.
Casino Collectible Magazine Tom and Gayle Pleau, publishers, P.O. Box 7438, Liguna Niguel, California 92607; (714) 362-9101, six issues for $13.
Gambler's General Store 800 South Main Street, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101; (800) 322-2447 or (702) 382-9903.
The Gaming Emporium Bob Mera, 3011 Boardwalk, Atlantic City, New Jersey; (800) 354-3075 or (609) 347-9190.
Gambler's Paradice Ocean One Mall, Atlantic City, New Jersey; (800) 344- 2594 or (609) 344-2500.
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