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The Museum of Gaming History arrives in Las Vegas

The Casino Chip & Gaming token Collectors Club, Inc. (CCGTCC) is pleased to announce a collaborative venture with two of Nevada’s finest institutions. The National Museum of Organized Crime & Law Enforcement better known as the Mob Museum and The El Cortez Hotel and Casino, both in downtown Las Vegas.
Written by Sheldon Smith at 00:00

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CCGTCC announces volunteer banquet speaker

The Casino Chip & Gaming Token Collector’s Club, Inc. is pleased to announce that Jonathan Ullman, Executive Director of The Mob Museum in Las Vegas, will be speaking at the volunteer’s banquet on Saturday, June 2, 2014, at 7 p.m. The volunteer’s banquet is the wrap up for the 22nd convention of the world’s largest club devoted solely to collecting casino memorabilia. The hobby has expanded exponentially into every aspect of gaming in America as well as across the entire world. No item too small or too large that has an identifiable logo or casino name attached to it goes uncollected.
Written by Sheldon Smith at 00:00

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Karl Bennison opening banquet speaker at CCGTCC convention in June

The Casino Chip & Gaming Token Collectors Club is pleased to announce that Karl Bennison, Chief of the Nevada Gaming Control Board (GCB) Enforcement Division, will be speaking at the opening banquet on Wednesday, June 18th, at 7 p.m. The opening banquet sets the tone for the 22nd convention of the world's largest club devoted solely to collecting casino memorabilia. ...
Written by Sheldon Smith at 00:00

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The lively world of collecting casino memorabilia

Chip and token collectors have been around as long as casinos have, but it wasn't until the 1980s that collectors began talking with each other on a regular basis and dealers began to concentrate on casino material. ...
Written by Sheldon Smith at 00:00

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