There are many fun collectibles associated with the 4 year run of the Lucky Casino
including ashtrays, regular matchbook, a clever match tube, drinking glass, memo pad, and swizzle sticks.
Of course everything associated with the Lucky Casino prominently features the iconic Mr. Lucky!
Brightly colored roulette chips are another popular
Lucky Casino collectible.
More collectibles from the Lucky Casino include
an artistically designed
and a “Lucky Stone”
biggest strike of the
Mr. Lucky is prominently displayed on a 1964 calendar memo book, a drinking glass and a colorful swizzle stick.
This beautiful full color pictorial guide to Las Vegas from 1964 features the bright lights of downtown Las Vegas including the Lucky Casino, Horseshoe, Golden Nugget, Las Vegas Club, Fremont, Golden Gate, and Pioneer.
On the left side of the cover you can see Bentley’s Trading Post and White Cross Drugs which would be torn down in 1965 for the construction of the Four Queens.
Lucky Casino sold a package of 10 postcards featuring Kodachrome prints of the Western Paintings from the casino.
Below is a large “Sweet Adeline” wall calendar from the Lucky Casino in 1966.
It uses the style of a 1910 calendar because the dates repeat themselves for 1966.
Below the calendar I enlarged the poem on the calendar cover page so you can read it more easily.