1. Welcome to VegasMessageBoard
    It appears you are visiting our community as a guest.
    In order to view full-size images, participate in discussions, vote in polls, etc, you will need to Log in or Register.

Cool Vegas junk on eBay

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by dfalk, Feb 19, 2014.

Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.
  1. dfalk

    dfalk VIP Whale

    Mar 7, 2011
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    Been screwing around on eBay looking for junk I don't need and came across some cool things.

    12 Vintage Las Vegas Casino Slot Machine Player Gloves - I never knew there was such a thing as a slot player glove, have you?

    Las Vegas- Vintage Coupon Books/Post Cards - This looks like it would be fun to go though and look at everything. A little to much for me but I just might buy it.

    62 Chips with hot chicks from Hooters
    - Pretty cool collection of chips, but $3,500 for $605 in chips? This guy is smoking crack.

    108 Casino matchbooks
    - Neat collection.

    LAS VEGAS PHOTO Collection, Lot, SHOWBOAT, 1960 - This would be really cool to go through all these pictures. $600 seems way to expensive though, I offered him $10 hopefully he will take it.
  2. Auggie

    Auggie Dovahkiin

    Jan 8, 2009
    Burnaby, BC
    Trips to Las Vegas:
    It looks like a pretty good sized collection of stuff.

    Thinking that if one had some time to spare they might consider buying such a lot and the matchbook collection as well. With a bit of sorting, organizing and some time they could organize that in to a decent little photobook.
    Probably be able to sell hardcopies online for $12.99 and eBooks for $6.99
  3. jackincols

    jackincols Guest

    Be careful though. I've been buying/selling on eBay for over 13 years and have sold a lot of vintage Vegas stuff (have a few late 1950's postcards on there right now)


    In looking at the lot the seller is advertising as Las Vegas, I'm seeing a lot of Reno/Tahoe stuff in there which isn't as popular as "Vegas stuff".

    It also appears many of the postcards are the newer Continental size (larger) and again, not as popular as the standard size of 3 1/2" x 5 1/2".
    Last edited by a moderator: Feb 20, 2014
Thread Status:
Not open for further replies.