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MONOGRAMS CATEGORY
OF CLAY COMPOSITION POKER CHIPS

SPELL YOUR NAME OR A FRIEND'S NAME IN INLAID MONOGRAM CHIPS

note: unless I say otherwise, the chips in the list below are the standard round-edged chips.  Those designated "square-edged,"
have the exact same size and face as the round-edged ones; it is just that the 1/8" ends are flat, not rounded.

PO-AZ INLAID MONOGRAMS  (P. 287)
A TO Z POA series plus PODI

If you want these chips to spell out your name, say, and just need one or two chips of certain letters, you might instruct me to pick out the best condition assorted colors of chips.  In my personal collection I have the entire alphabet of the POA series in red, white, blue and yellow.  Click here to see it.  The ones I am selling here are of the POA series of monograms.  These are the most popular ones.  They are typical inlaid poker chips -- 1-9/16th inch, clay composition. ... .... ..... Incidentally, here, from my personal collection (these not for sale), are the chips I have from the POB monogram series (die-cut)  POC monogram series (THICK rings)POD monogram series (reverse die-cut)POE monogram series (non-inlay scroll),  POF monogram series (WIDE rim; small reverse die-cut inlays), and POG monogram series (NARROW rings), and these unusual square-edged, thick, plastic embossed sript monograms (I have some dupes of the latter for sale).  From the missing chips, you can see what I still need from those seven series.  Help!!!


Seymour
Code (my
order #)
color(s) for sale
condition of chip (if no condition is stated, the chip is in OK-fine or fine condition)
unless otherwise stated, the chip is round-edged.  (Note: for framing and scanning purposes, round-edged and square-edged chips look the same face-on, i.e., viewing the faces of the chips.)
other details
price
per
chip
POAA
yellow, blue, pink-ish red ... ... ..Square-edged: blue (mint), brown
3.00
POAB
white, blue, yellow, pink. ... .... ...Square-edged: yellow, brown, pink, green
3.00
POAC
red; pink (poor); and  blue [P on reverses side] ... ... ... Square-edged: brown, white, light gray-green.
2.00
POAD
red, white, brown. ... ... ...  Square-edged; green (mint)
3.00
POAE
white, brown, red, blue-- excellent
4.00
POAF
white, red  -- all very nice. .. ... brown (that beeds at inlay)  .... ... ....Square-edged: white (used), purple.
3.00
POAG
red, blue, yellow, brown,
4.00
POAH
red, white, brown. .... .... ... Square-edged: red, blue, yellow, pink, green, brown
3.00
POAI
red, blue, brown, yellow... ... ..... The inlaid "I" is probably the rarest of inlaid letters.  POAI (of the POA series) is the pink "I" chip in the third row in the picture above.
9.00
PODI
red, white, yellow, brown ... ... ... as stated above, "I" is the rarest of inlaid letters.  PODI (of the POD series) is the blue "I" in the bottom row in the picture above.  I am fortunate to have many of this rare chip.
6.00
POAJ
white, red, brown, blue, yellow, green... ... ... Square-edged: yellow (very nice, but (weirdly!) there is a neat small pin hole in the center!).
4.00
POAK
red, white, blue, yellow, brown.
4.00
POAL
red, white,  blue, yellow
3.00
POAM
white, blue.
3.00
POAN
red (inlay has "turned" -- yellowed a bit), blue, yellow, brown
3.00
POAO
red, white, blue, brown, lavender (all excellent)
4.00
POAP
red, white, yellow, blue (all excellent)
3.00
POAQ
white, blue (all excellent);
4.00
POAR
white, blue, (all excellent), brown (OK) .
3.00
POAS
red, white, blue, yellow, brown (all excellent), pink, yellow.
3.00
POAT
blue; square-edged: green, navy blue
4.00
POAU
blue, yellow (all excellent), light green (the greens are quite unusual condition-wise: they are mint, except that due to moisture, I guess, the ends are mottled white, while the faces are 99% perfect).... ... ......... I also have these rare colors, in good condition, for $10 each: red and white.
4.00
POAV
red (OK), white (OK), blue (nice), yellow (burn on one side), brown (nice), light green (OK, nice).
4.00
POAW
green (dull some), yellow (inlay discolored a little), red, white, brown
3.00
POAX
white, yellow, brown -- all are avearage-used, dingy some, but a hard letter to find! ... .... .... Square-edged; purple (modern, similar to the usual PAOX, but a little thinner letter "X"; excellent)
6.00
POAY
red, white, blue, yellow -- all excellent
9.00
POAZ
red (used, but nice enough)., dark brown (nice)  ... ... .... Square-edged; cherry-red
6.00
double-monogram inlaid chips: I have these POA series monograms that have a different letter on each side.  They are quite rare.  Many of those listed, I have just one chip!  I'll sell them for $8.00 each:
A/D: red, white, blue, brown
B/D (nice chip: big C-mold): red, white... .....
C/E:  yellow (worn; monogram series POD style)... ... ...
C/E: white, blue (worn).
C/E: yellow WITH BLACK INLAY -- nice  
C/O: yellow ... .....
C/P: blue
C/R: white ... .. ..
D/L: red (nicked badly, but seen on only one side).. ...
E/O: red...
E/Q: red . .......
F/J: red . .. .. ....
G/O: red .. ....  
H/V: white, pink. ... ...  
M/P: red (mahogany), white, yellow. ... ...
M/Q: red, white,
M/R:  blue ... ... ....
monogram chips I need for this list:  none now.
ordering information:
 
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