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By far, 'As Issued' decks from this Type are the most valuable of all the GNuggs you can collect. On rare occasions, you might find examples of this Type of deck in 'As Issued' condition, sealed in cellophane with the red security strip still intact.
Type 1 decks have been known to come with a single blank card with a Bee brand Allover back design, (#32). You can also date your deck by the USPC code found on the Ace of Spades.
Manufactured sometime between 1972 - 1974, this deck might have a U. The bottom of your tuck box should say Golden Nugget, Inc.
/ 2nd And Fremont / Las Vegas, Nevada 89101, which is the address (including the ZIP Code) for the downtown Las Vegas Casino.
Take a moment to identify your deck of Golden Nugget Playing Cards by using the information listed below.
Each of the nine Types of GNuggs have different characteristics, thus making it easy to recognize which one you own.
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Usually this cancellation mark is a hole in the center of the entire deck.
For instance, if the words ATLANTIC CITY appear anywhere on the tuck box, deck, jokers, or Ace, you should look at TYPE 6, TYPE 7, TYPE 8, & TYPE 9.
If your deck says the words Manufactured sometime between 1961 - 1965, this deck might have two versions of a United States IRS 1-pack tax stamp on the tuck.
A majority of the time, you'll find this Type of deck uncancelled. You can also date this Type of deck by the USPC code found on the Ace of Spades. Your deck should have Gambling Hall and Rooming House somewhere in the design on the back of cards, as well as on the tuck box.
On rare occasions, you might find examples of this Type of deck in 'As Issued' condition, sealed in cellophane with the red security strip still intact. These cards were table-used, so the majority of the time you'll find this Type of deck cancelled.