Looking to Nab a Great Collectible Gaming Chip on the Cheap? Casino Collectibles Show Announces Casino Memorabilia Auction

By | May 23, 2022

 

Bid on hard-to-find casino-branded collectibles and chips online now or in person at the show June 16th in Las Vegas

200 lots of casino memorabilia are up for grabs. Some on consignment, many donated by Casino Collectibles Association (CCA) members. It’s the 19th annual casino chip and collectables auction, a major fundraiser for the club.

Everybody is invited to see all the rare and unusual items up for auction by viewing (and downloading) the auction catalog at http://www.ccgtcc.com/2022ClubAuction.pdf.

As a benefit of CCA membership (a mere $35 a year), club members can place their bids online. Non-members must bid in-person. The Association fundraiser is open to in-person public bidding at the Casino Collectibles Show on Thursday, June 16 at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. The show is open to the public.

The in-person auction is conducted in two parts – a silent auction of 20 lots from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday 16th on the showroom floor in Exhibit Hall C, and a live auction of all remaining lots which starts at 7 p.m. the same day in Exhibit Hall D at South Point. All lots are available to view and bid on all day until 4 p.m. on Thursday at the auction table on the show floor. Attendees are encouraged to register for the auction and collect their bidding card at the auction table during the day to save time. ID including proof of address are required to register. Most of the items are donated by Association members, and all donated lots start at just $5 regardless of their value. Auction details are available at http://www.ccgtcc.com/auction.html.

Over 50 casino memorabilia dealers and casino chip experts from all over the world will display their collections and offer collectibles for viewing, sale or trade. Attendees will find chip displays dedicated to a multitude of gaming chip categories such as rare chips, roulette chips, counterfeit chips, illegal casino chips, odd denomination chips and collections dedicated to sports and even aliens. Additional collections on display will include gaming tokens, dice, slot cards, playing cards, matchbooks, menus, dinnerware, swizzle sticks, casino photos, post cards – just about anything with a casino name on it.

The Casino Chips and Collectibles Show registration and admission is open to the public June 16, 10 AM – 5 PM (admission $10), June 17, 9 AM – 4 PM (admission $5) and June 18, 9 AM – 4 PM (admission is free). Location is Exhibit Hall C at the South Point Hotel Casino, 9777 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada.

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