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Limited Edition Ten Dollar Gaming Tokens

Discussion in 'Misc. Vegas Chat' started by TOWNSVILLE, Aug 24, 2016.

  1. TOWNSVILLE

    TOWNSVILLE Low-Roller

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    I have eight of these from previous trips to Las Vegas,gambling medals l suppose.Do l keep them or try and cash them in on the next trip?Our dollar is only worth seventy seven cents now,who would have seen that coming?Are they worth anything to collectors?They do look good on my work station desk though,motivational really,makes you try harder with the markets.Comments please.
     
  2. nfajgmbr03

    nfajgmbr03 Tourist

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    Can you put a picture of them on here? If they are Silver Strikes they could be worth more.
     
  3. DaiLun

    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    IMO, .999 silver strikes are worth about $20. Clad "clear cap" strikes are only worth $10 and should be cashed in unless you really want to collect them. I would pay about $11-$12 for a clear cap if I were in the casino. If it was a .999 silver that I was collecting (Las Vegas only), I could see paying $20
     
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  4. TOWNSVILLE

    TOWNSVILLE Low-Roller

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    Thanks,looked on EBay and it appears you are both correct.