Prince of Wales poker chips from the early 20th century

Measuring 37mm and in great condition. Same design on both sides.
Availability: In stock
SKU: GAM8870

These clay Prince of Wales poker chips date from the early part of the 20th century and come in three colours, tan (undyed clay) dark blue and brick red. Each chip measures 37mm in diameter and are in very good condition considering their age with no cracks and just a little wear so the tan ones have the occasional blemish from use.

The colour you receive will be of our choice while stocks last.

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