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    Collection of Las Vegas gaming tokens. A collection of albums that house gaming tokens from the most famous casinos in the town that defined glitz and bad taste. The tokens are in XF-UNC with the average piece uncirculated. The albums include: 91 pieces from 1965, including a complete prooflike set and a complete proof set and rare tokens from Harold's Club, Joe Mackie's Star, the Liberty Belle Saloon, the Pioneer Club, and the Sahara; 72 pieces from 1966, including the Franklin Mint uncirculated set; 96 pieces from 1967 in the Franklin Mint Proof Like Set; 147 pieces from 1979, including rare pieces from the Claimstake Casino, the Ranch House, and the Red Garter Saloon; 68 pieces from 1980; 37 pieces from 1981; and 37 pieces from 1982. The tokens are minted in sterling silver, silver clad, copper-nickel, brass, and Franklinium.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 1998
    3rd-6th Monday-Thursday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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