550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold

550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold

550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
Why play with cheap plastic when you can play with real clay chips? Serious card players prefer real clay chips because they stack solid, have a pleasant earthen-material texture, and feature a distinctive sound when they hit the pot. This is a 550-piece set of vintage, compression-molded, clay poker chips. You will receive the exact chips shown in the photos. TR King manufactured clay poker chips in Los Angeles, CA from 1930 to 2006. TR Kings have a reputation for quality and are comparatively sought after among poker chip enthusiasts. These particular chips are well loved and have seen a bit of play. They still stack well, have a nice buttery feel of worn-in clay chips, and sound amazing when they splash the pot. Chip edges vary from square but worn to starting to round. About a quarter of these chips will stand on edge on a hard, level surface. Hot stamps are mostly worn except for the white chips, which appear to have seen less play. The chips could use a good cleaning. This is a fully playable set, equally suited for cash games or for T1000/T1500 tournaments. This set will handle up to 8-9 players in limit games or up to 10 players in no-limit games. Note: the case is officially a 500-capacity case, but each row will fit 55+ chips. The cover photo shows chips stored 55 to a row. Small Crown Mold (MD-78). Compression Molded Clay Chips. Most likely late 1960s to early 1970sSome of the chips came with original boxes, which had a zip code but also used the old-style state abbreviation Calif. 7.8g 8.8g. Varies by color; white & green are heavier. Overall condition: Well Used (WU). Most white chips are: Average (A). Mostly smooth-faced from wear. Subtle friction between chips, despite worn cross hatching. Chips have a buttery feel and shuffle easily. Barrels of 20 effortlessly push into the middle. Chips stack over 100 high. 175 Red, 175 Green, 175 Black, 25 White. In addition to the chips, you will also receive the following items shown in the photos. A 500-capacity, aluminum poker chip case (brand new). 2 decks of Copag 100% plastic playing cards (used in the 2017 World Series of Poker). A dealer button set. Heres your chance to play with real clay chips for a fraction of the price! The item “550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold” is in sale since Sunday, February 21, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Casino\Chips\Poker Chips”. The seller is “nohosatyr” and is located in Magalia, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
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550 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold

500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold

500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold

500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold
Why play poker with cheap plastic when you can play with real clay chips? Serious card players prefer real clay chips because they stack solid, have a nice earthen-material texture, and feature a fantastic sound upon hitting the pot that only real clay chips can provide. This is a 500-piece set of vintage, compression-molded, clay poker chips. You will receive the exact chips shown in the photos. TR King manufactured clay poker chips in Los Angeles, CA from 1930 to 2006. TR Kings have a reputation for quality and are relatively sought after among poker chip enthusiasts. These particular chips are well loved, having seen a bit of play. They still stack great, have a nice buttery feel typical of worn-in clay chips, and sound amazing when they splash the pot. Chip edges vary from “square but worn” to “starting to round”. Bout a third to half of the chips will stand on edge on a hard, level surface. White & green chips are hot stamped with the letters MM; red & black chips are hot stamped with the letters JM. Hot stamps are mostly worn except for the white chips, which appear to have seen less play. The chips could use a good cleaning. This is a fully playable set best suited for cash games, that will handle up to 7-8 players in limit games or up to 10 players in no-limit games. Small Crown Mold (MD-78). Compression Molded Clay Chips. Most likely late 1960s to mid 1970s–Some of the chips came with original boxes, which had a zip code but used the old-style state abbreviation Calif. 7.9g 8.7g. Varies by color; white & green are heavier. Overall condition: Well Used (WU). Many of the white chips and a few black/red are: Average (A). For condition definitions, search for “ccgtcc poker chip grading”. Mostly smooth-faced from wear. Subtle friction between chips, despite worn cross hatching. Chips have a buttery feel and shuffle easily. Barrels of 20 effortlessly push into the middle. Chips stack over 100 high without issue. 150 White, 150 Red, 150 Green, 50 Black. In addition to the chips, you will also receive the following items shown in the photos. A 500-capacity, aluminum poker chip case (brand new). 2 decks of Copag 100% plastic playing cards (used in the 2017 World Series of Poker). A dealer button set. Here’s your chance to play with real clay chips for a fraction of the price! The item “500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold” is in sale since Saturday, February 13, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Casino\Chips\Poker Chips”. The seller is “nohosatyr” and is located in Magalia, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Type: Poker

500 Vintage Clay Poker Chips TR King, Small Crown Mold