Harrah's Las Vegas Casino $1 Gaming Token, WOW oh WOW, WOWZA!
Description: You are bidding on (1) about uncirculated Harrah's Las Vegas $1 gaming token. Back in the early 1980's most casinos used the large Eisenhower dollars for their slot machines, but collectors started hauling them out the front doors of the joints in wheelbarrows, and these guys had no choice but to start minting their own money. And this is the result. This is what you see those blue haired old women putting in the machines when you go into one of these joints for a hero sandwich. Yeah, and I being the astute business man that I am decided to pocket one of these when nobody was lookin. I don't think the lady whose busket I snagged it from was watching, anyway. Oh hey, before I forget, you know what's going on now don't you in Vegas? YOU WANT I SHOULD TELL YOU? They are getting ridda these things and going to paper/ticket slots. That's w you shove those stupid federal reserve notes into the machine and when you're all ready to leave you push the print button, the machine barfs up a piece of paper that looks like a reciept, and you haul that mother to the cashier and get cash for it. No more coins. So these are collectible, too.
I'm selling all my stuff! Get in on these rare items from my little stubby trailer in Picklepear Park, Arizona before I change my mind! I've got lots of crap nobody would ever want listed right now! Check my other auctions and see for yourself before someone else STEALS these items right from under your nose.
Shipping: I'm going to do everyone a favor and ship this for a buck fifty. That's $1.50. And I'm only gonna ship to people in the US so if you live in California I am sorry but you don't qualify. Okay fine yes California but that's the only other country other than America I will sell to.
Payment: Payment by PAYPAL only. That way I get my bling fast, fast, fast. I can hardly wait to haul my happy a** down to the Safeco and get a bundle of powerball tiskets. You wanna see a fat man run you just watch me on payday as they're warming up the rotary.
Thank you for your interest in my auction(s).
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