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Wibaux, Montana
Type: Illegal
Status: Open

In the 1930's Jay Aesof Winegar was involved with the operation of illegal gambling in the Glasgow/Fort Peck, Montana area and in Dickinson, North Dakota. Not sure exactly what he was doing in 1937 when the chips were ordered. Probably used at the St. Charles Hotel in Dickinson, ND.
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Table Chips (2) [QuickView]
CG222576 Obsolete
Issued: 1937
Last Update: 2019-04-12
Color: Red
Mold: Hub
Inlay: HS
Logo: JAW in circle
Contributed by: Ed Hertel

Jay A. Winnegar
Wibaux, MT (1937, 1939)
CG222577 Obsolete
Issued: 1937
Last Update: 2019-04-12
Color: Blue
Mold: Hub
Inlay: HS
Logo: JAW in circle
Contributed by: Ed Hertel

Jay A. Winnegar
Wibaux, MT (1937, 1939)
Chip Order Cards (1) [QuickView]
CG261037
Last Update: 2021-02-25
Mftr: Mason
Logo: JAW
Contributed by: David Sarles
Total Items (3)

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