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Plastic Coins - Copper, Silver, Gold

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blackjon
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Anyone have an idea where I can find some plastic 'coins' in copper, silver, and gold? I've seen bingo chips in games like this (ie, Brass), but all I can seem to find from novelty shops and the web are non-metallic colors. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

EdWedig
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Try Oriental Trading. They

Try Oriental Trading. They seem to have several varieties of coins.

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blackjon
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Thanks Ed. Those look great!

Thanks Ed. Those look great!

tridagam
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What about learning to cast your own...That is what we do for protos...we make them first with clay...make silicon molds and cast with resin. We have found that we can cast small orders at a reasonable cost. So much so that we are talking about starting a production house for just this reason (No more than 1000 units)...We believe small publishers should have some money after the first run. And that their games should look good...we should only have to compromise so far.)Also note that Montana is a right to work State_ No Union power base.

In our test runs with Tigele we found people were more apt to take the time to learn a game with a difficult learning curve when the game looked good to them. So we felt the effort was worth the extra cost. ( mind you that tigele is all print...the casting is on future projects.)

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