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Pioneer Club $5 Las Vegas Casino Chip, Seventh Issue, R-5, Circa 1950s. The Pioneer Club opened in 1942 in downtown Las Vegas at First & Fremont. "Vegas Vic," whose picture is seen on the inlay of this chip, is an icon of Fremont Street and Las Vegas. Since 1951, this famous forty foot-tall neon cowboy has been welcoming tourists and gamblers to town. Though the Pioneer Club closed in 1995, the sign is still there in front of the souvenir shop that replaced the casino. Not an extreme rarity but certainly a classic chip in the old hub mold.

Condition: New.

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Auction Dates
May, 2010
22nd Saturday
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