25 Jul 2016

More on new collection

Exonumia | CASINO NUT

This post is onthe continuing of my new field of collecting interest of casino memorabilia. I am now up to 48 chips of which I will show a few below along with some other collectables. there aretwo key cards from the margaritavillehotel and casino, anslot club card from the margaritaville casino. now on to the chips in the pictures, there is a one dollar chip from the margaritaville casino, a fivedollar chip from the same casino, a five dollar chip from the paradise island casino in the Bahamas, and lastly my favorite chip in my collection a$ 2.50 chip from the holiday casino cruises in key largo, Florida which I used to play in when I lived In the Florida keys. well until next time good luck and above all have fun in all your collecting pursuits

15 Jul 2016

Still collecting casino chips

Exonumia | CASINO NUT

Well its been a while since my last blog post since then I've been buying more casino chips and just today I received in the mail from mike burns (great guy you all know from the Ana blogs, always has something nice to say)A one dollar gaming token from the mirage casino (thanks again mike).

08 Jun 2016

follow up on new specialty

Exonumia | CASINO NUT

well I'm up and running with my new area of collecting, changing screen name from WORLD SILVER TO CASINO NUTI have about 70 gaming tokens of all denomination,(started collecting them back when I was collecting coins)25 casino chips which I found a great source online ( vegasmaniaccollectibles.com) which has chips of all denominations and from lots of casinos both current and obsolete. several slot players cards and a few room keys from las vegas hotel/casinos, nine silver strikes and other misc. casino memorabilia. well till next post enjoy your hobby.

31 May 2016


Exonumia | CASINO NUT

Hello all, once again time to discover something new and start focusing on a new area of numismatics.

23 Apr 2016

follow up on going ons

Library | CASINO NUT

well yesterday I received the copy of the 2017 mega red book that I had preordered on April 1st from wizard coin supply much bigger then I though it would be much more info then theregularedition from what I have read so far I believe it will be a very useful and informative book that I recommend to all collectors from beginners to the most advanced well thanks for reading andhope you all have good luck in all your collecting pursuits

27 Mar 2016

follow up on going ons


Well I have decided to stop collecting modern coins and focus more on the more classic issues of the us. as well as my other numismatic interests including older and modern tokens, medals, transportation tokens, casino gaming tokens. etc. also I will be ordering the 2017 mega red book 2nd. edition which I found a great deal for from wizard coin supply for $27.48 plus shipping.

14 Mar 2016

latest things going in collecting life


this week I been a little busy but I did managed to pick up a copper coin from the 3nd century roman empire, and 2 modern silver coins a 2016 1 oz.Australian year of the monkey coin and a 2013 1 oz. Canadian wood bison coin. also this week I went to a small used book store that I've never been to and found a copy of R. Scott Carlton's 1996International encyclopedic dictionary of numismatics published by Krause publications invery good like new condition. and I am still reading the books that I borrowed from theANA library. well until next time good luck in all your collecting pursuits.

25 Feb 2016

new purchases

Paper Money-World | CASINO NUT

today I bought 11 pieces of German notgeld,a 2 piece (silver & bronze) medal set from the 74th Ana convention in Houston Texas from1965 in a custom plastic holder, and a 1984

20 Feb 2016

latest things going on in collecting life

Library | CASINO NUT

lately i'v been spending most of my free time reading up on coins and coin collecting through the use of coin books in my personal library, books and dvds from the ana library, andcoin magazines that I subscribe to (just subscribed to my 4th coin magazine) also a friend who owns the local coin shop where I do most of my coin shopping just gave me a huge stack of coin magazines andauction catalogs.also I purchased a 1964 Kennedy half dollar, a franklin half dollar, and a beautiful walking liberty half dollar with full luster all for spot. well until next time have fun with your hobby.

13 Feb 2016

new purchases part 2 of 2


this week I also bought a 2015 1 oz $1 Sioux nation buffalo, a 2016 1 oz $1 Australian koala and a 2015 1 and 1/4 oz $8 Canada bison graded ms 69 early releases by ngc until next time good luck and have fun in your collecting pursuits


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