Casino Chips from All Across the United States

If you have followed our newsletter, website and been to our store in Downtown Las Vegas, you know that we have a big variety of casino chips. Though we wish we could list everything on our website and eBay that we sell, we have a wide inventory of chips from all non-Nevada states that aren't listed. Some we have 1 chip of, some a few or sometimes a few racks. It really depends.

We are doing this blog/newsletter this week to let you all know that if you are looking for a chip for your collection, a few chips to complete a rack or maybe some more from a casino in a state not Nevada, we may have it. Just because it is not on our website does not mean we don’t have it. Whether you are looking for chips from Mississippi to Florida to Missouri or Washington, we may have it.

I am inviting every casino chip or rack collector to send me an email to regarding any chip or chips you are looking for a casino in another state, not Nevada.

Today we will look at a few different casino chips from a variety of states across the country.

B.B Cody’s in South Dakota:

This was a land-based casino in Deadwood, South Dakota. It opened in 1989 and closed in 1997. One of their matchbook advertisements said that we have it all. A steakhouse was the one restaurant that occupied this gambling establishment. You can see some of the chips we have from there below and you can click the picture to purchase each chip:


Golden Eagle in Colorado:

What is interesting about this one is that according to Chip Guide, the Golden Eagle never actually opened where it was supposed to be in Cripple Creek, Colorado. You can purchase the one chip we have from there below clicking the picture.  

The Post in California:

It was a card room in San Jose, California that was open in 1972 and closed in 1972. It was located on Post Street. Perhaps that is the reason why it was named The Post. You can see the chips below and click on each one to purchase.


Freddie’s Club in Everett, Washington:

These chips from a closed gaming establishment sometimes get bought in quantity by guys making poker sets and racks. These are of course Paulson chips. You can purchase all the different chips we have from Freddie’s Club by clicking the photo of each one.

Special of the week:

We have at least 4 racks or 400 chips of this great green gold hot stamped chip from Casino Nacionales in Panama. They are regularly priced $2. However, you get a $1 discount on each chip by entering the code green at checkout. Please take note that the chips condition will vary from used casino condition to good and mint condition. You can see an example from our rack below. Click the picture below to purchase this chip for $1 each.

Ebay Chips of the Week:

Here are some cool chips from a 1960s casino from the Toiyabe Club in Gabbs, Nevada. You can bid on them below starting Sunday:

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