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169 No La Brea
Los Angeles, California
Type: Movie Prop
Status: Closed

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Table Chips (4) [QuickView]
CG209670 Obsolete
Last Update: 2018-08-30
Color: White
Mold: SCrown
Inlay: HS
Logo: A/(ship wheel)
Contributed by: Ed Hertel
CG209671 Obsolete
Last Update: 2018-08-30
Color: Red
Mold: SCrown
Inlay: HS
Logo: A/(ship wheel)
Contributed by: Ed Hertel
CG209672 Obsolete
Last Update: 2018-08-30
Color: White
Mold: SCrown
Inlay: HS
Logo: O/(ship wheel)
Contributed by: Ed Hertel
CG209673 Obsolete
Last Update: 2018-08-30
Color: Red
Mold: SCrown
Inlay: HS
Logo: O/(ship wheel)
Contributed by: Ed Hertel
Tokens - Other (1) [QuickView]
CG004062 Obsolete
Denom: $1
Last Update: 2019-10-03
Color: Aluminium
Logo: A/(ship wheel)
Contributed by: J. Eric Freedner (R-8501)

Token the size and weight of a genuine casino slot token, marked "Good for $1.00 in Trade." Wagon wheel design on reverse. Believed to work a slot machine, for use in movies where such gambling must be depicted without using actual tokens worth money. Ellis Prop House started as a pawnshop in 1908, and rented items to studios for many years until being bought out by Tapestry Group in 1997 and closing in 2000, when its wares were auctioned off. Note that the word "Mercantile" is misspelled on all these items.
Total Items (5)

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