Upcoming Casino Collectible Shows

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Local Meetings

What happens at a casino Collectibles Show?  How big is it? What kinds of things are offered for sale? 
Those are some great questions and here is a short video taken at the 2015 CC&GTC Convention
and show that can answer many of those questions.
 
 
Atlantic City Casino Collectibles Club 
Meetings are held at Bally's Park Place in Atlantic City NJ.  starting at 11am.
The meeting room will be announced prior to the meeting.
 
 
SNCCC
The Southern Nevada Casino Collectibles Club meets on the Second Tuesday of every month starting at 7pm.
The doors open as early as 6pm and trading, buying, and selling of casino collectibles go on before, during, and after the meeting.   There is normally a guest speaker, a raffle, and an auction. 
Guests are always welcome and dues are only $12.00 a year.
 
Now meeting at the Gold Coast Casino in Las Vegas, NV 
Click here for more information about this months meeting.
Plan on attending the largest casino collectibles show in the world! 
 
All the memorabilia of gaming and casinos you can imagine
and even more that you never knew existed.
The world’s leading collectors will be there to share their knowledge and have some fun. 
 
Open to the public! But, if you're not yet a member of the Casino Collectibles Association,
join now, and get even more benefits from the show and convention.
 
Early and discounted admission, daily educational seminars,
meet other collectors and buy, sell, and trade your favorites.
Members even get discounted room rates during the convention at the South Point Hotel!!
 
 
LAS VEGAS (March 18, 2021) — Mark your calendar. The world’s largest casino chip and token collection, as recognized by Guinness World Records, will proudly be on display at the Casino Collectibles Association’s 28th annual show June 17-19, 2021, at the South Point Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas. Featuring museum-like exhibits and over 50 invited dealers of casino memorabilia from all over the world, the public is invited to join in the fun of examining, buying, selling, trading or even evaluating casino collectibles and mementos.
 
Since casinos first opened, people have been pocketing gaming table chips as souvenirs, a routine that grew into a passionate hobby. This pastime has sparked collectors’ interests in nearly everything casino related, including gaming tokens, dice, slot cards, playing cards, matchbooks, menus, dinnerware, swizzle sticks, post cards and more. “Just about everything that you could imagine with a casino name on it is collected, and will be on display at our show,” said Jerry Vergatos, President of the Casino Collectibles Association.
 
Show attendees will find displays dedicated to casino chip categories such as rare chips, roulette chips, counterfeit chips, illegal casino chips, odd denomination chips and collections dedicated to sports and even aliens. “Collectors have provided a rich history of casinos all over the world. They’ve researched the back roads and tiny casinos and written books documenting the history of gaming. If you find casinos – and specifically casino history – a fascinating topic, this show is a must-see event,” added Vergatos.
 
Registered show attendees can also take in the four planned educational seminars, or participate in a live auction of hundreds of casino chips and other casino memorabilia.
The Casino Chips and Collectibles Show registration and admission is open to the public June 17, 9 AM – 5 PM (admission $10), June 18, 9 AM – 4 PM (admission $5) and June 19, 9 AM – 4 PM (admission is free). Location is Exhibit Hall C at the South Point Hotel Casino, 9777 Las Vegas Blvd. South, Las Vegas, Nevada.
 
See some high resolution photos of the world’s largest casino chip and collectables show.
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