Mint Las Vegas playing cards still in the sealed package.

100 Fremont

Las Vegas, NV





1957 to 1989

(Del Webb’s Mint 1966-1989)


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The Mint Las Vegas new addition
Mint Las vegas Oyster House ad from 1966
The two small souvenir ashtrays below show the Mint at different points in time.
The white one shows what it looked like after it expanded to take over the corner where the Bird Cage formerly stood.
The smoke one shows it with the new hotel tower.
Minty Buck was a match play coupon at the Mint in downtown Las Vegas.
Mint Lucky Coin Bag
In the days when all the slot machines
dispensed your hoped for winnings in coins, you might get a nifty “Lucky Coin Bag”!
Mint Las Vegas Minty Piggy Bank
A very rare example of the Minty Piggy Bank!
Here's Minty on a rare piece of slot machine glass!
Mint Las Vegas chips tournament $1 50¢
Click to see the whole brochure. It's cool!
Mint Las Vegas location 50 years apart.
Slot machine glass showing
the Mint after the tower is built.
Another nice piece of Mint history from the great slot glass collection of
Doug "Cigarman" Smith!
Union Pacific Railroad menu showing Fremont street in 1962
...and yes, that's a comb... in the shape of a gun.
Click here for the Mint 400 off road race!
Back to the main Mint Page
Mint Las Vegas Piggy Banks in white and orange.
The more common Mint Las Vegas Piggy Banks in white and orange.
Mint Las Vegas Ashtrays
Mint Las Vegas Lighters, Matchbooks, multi-tool
What good are ashtrays with lighters and matches?
An unopened pack of
Mint playing cards.
Just a small sample of chips from the Mint.
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