Classic Collectibles

.50ยข (Cat-279)  TCR-N1463  Mold: Nevada  YR: 1968  Cond: SU
Color: Purple    Insert: None   Inlay: R-White   1st Issue    R-5  
(675.72)

$1 (Cat-635)  TCR-V3866  Mold: Chipco  YR: 1999  Cond: N
Color: White    Insert: None   Inlay: None   ?-Issue    R-1  
(675.1) Adventuredome

$1 (Cat-636)  TCR-N1466.S  Mold: H&C(SCV)  YR: 1990's  Cond: A
Color: Cream    Insert: 3-Pink   Inlay: R-White   5th Issue    R-1  
(675.1)

$5 (Cat-637)  TCR-V3870  Mold: Chipco  YR: 1999  Cond: N
Color: Red    Insert: None   Inlay: None   ?-Issue    R-1  
(675.1) Y2C Millennium

Circus Circus

Circus Circus opened on October 18, 1968. At its opening, the $15 million facility only included a casino. The lack of a hotel resulted in financial problems, as the casino was not able to attract high rollers. The facility was expanded with hotel tower additions in 1972, 1980, 1985 and 1986. Circus Circus is the largest permanent big top in the world. The Lucky The Clown marquee at the entrance was provided by Young Electric Sign Company, and was constructed in 1976. The hotel's famous midway was featured in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever.