1980's - Bud Jones Co. Casino Dice | Collectors Weekly

Bud Jones sometimes uses "Void" as well, but more often they will hot stamp two silver colored X's on the four side (XX). Paul-Son make about 99% of their dice with a bright polish finish and metallic logo colors. You will also see closed casino culls from Paul-Son. Some examples include Pussy Cat A Go-Go, Little Caesars, and the Landmark. If He founded the Bud Jones Co. in 1965 and also traded as The Nevada Dice Co. until the mid 1970's when he put his name on that company also. Bud designed the 'NEVADA' mold in 1965 and the 'DIECARD' mold in 1971. The Burt Co. had the molds made for BJ and then made chips to his orders. While BJ owned the molds they would have resided at the Burt Co. Bud Jones never actually made chips from the Bud Jones (1915-2001) was one of the gaming industry's top equipment suppliers for decades. Jones started working in casino supply in 1934; with the exception of a two-year stint in the Navy, he stayed in the business for the rest of his life. In 1965, Bud and his wife Jean started their own manufacturing concern, the Bud Jones Company, specializing in casino dice and chips. While Jones had a The Bud Jones Company went on to become the nationâe(tm)s largest producer of casino-quality dice, and just as his competitor Endy at Paul-Son, Jones would soon expand his product line. The dice were soon accompanied by injection-molded plastic gaming chips. Jones was a pioneer in perfecting this style of chip, adding security features and beautiful designs and enhancing their feel and Hier sollte eine Beschreibung angezeigt werden, diese Seite lässt dies jedoch nicht zu. This is a set of circa mid 1980's casino-grade dice made by the Bud Jones Co., Las Vegas, Nevada. - Acquired from a casino gift shop around 1984 ** Bud Jones Co. was a Las Vegas gaming supply company founded by Bernard "Bud" Jones in 1965. - The company operated until 2001 when it was acquired by

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