Museum of Gaming History
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ChipGuide - A Catalog of Casino Chips and Collectibles
535 E. Allen Street
Tombstone, Arizona 85638 MAP
Type: Brothel & Strip Club
Status: Closed
Open: 12/26/1881, Close: 1889
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The Bird Cage Theatre was a theater, saloon, gambling parlour, and brothel in Tombstone, Arizona. It operated continuously, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, for eight years, from 1881 to 1889, during the height of the silver boom. It developed a reputation as one of the wickedest theaters between New Orleans and San Francisco. When the silver mines closed, the theatre was also closed in 1892. It was purchased and reopened as a tourist attraction in 1934.
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CG203837 Obsolete
Last Update: 2018-07-10
Color: Gray
Inserts: 6 sxs Yellow
Mold: Plain
Inlay: OR-Gray
Logo: Nude
Contributed by: A. J. Giametta
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