Classic Collectibles

$1 (Cat-203)  TCR-N1200   Mold: H&C   YR: 1976  Cond: SU
Color: Orange   Insert: 3-Black   Inlay: R-Black   6th Issue    R-4 
(775.61)  Nice Black Metal Inlay!

50¢ (Cat-372)  TCR-N1630  Mold: Arodie  YR: 1956  Cond: SU
Color: Maroon   Insert: None   Inlay: R-White   3rd Issue    R-6 
(775.07)

$5 (Cat-204)   TCR- N1632   Mold: H&C   YR: 1975   Cond: A
Color: Red    Insert: 3-White   Inlay: Oct-Gold   6th Issue   R-3 
(775.61)

$25 (Cat-205)   TCR-N1953   Mold: H&C    YR: 1975   Cond: A
Color: Green    Insert: 3-Yel    Inlay: Oct-Gold    6th Issue    R-5 
(775.61)

$5 (Cat-600)  TCR-E0596   Mold: H&C   YR: 2002  Cond: N
Color: Red   Insert: 4-Pur/4-Pnk   Inlay: OOR-MULTI-FG   ?- Issue    R-1  (775.1)  Welcome!

50¢ (Cat-602)  TCR-V2555.1   Mold: 8-Suits   YR: 1999  Cond: SU
Color: Yellow   Insert: None   Inlay: HS-Gold   ?-Issue    R-1
(775.1) Chip color is the darker color

$1 (Cat-601)  TCR-N1639.S   Mold: DieSuits   YR: 1989  Cond: A
Color: White   Insert: 3-Pur   Inlay: Coin Silver   ?-Issue    R-1
(775.1)  Smooth Coin Version

Fremont
The Fremont Hotel is located on 200 Fremont Street. It was designed by architect Wayne McAllister and opened on May 18, 1956 as the tallest building in the state of Nevada.
At the time of its opening it had 155 rooms, cost $6 million to open.  In 1963 the Hotel was expanded to include the 14 story Ogden tower and one of the city's first vertical parking garages. The casino is located on what is commonly referred to as the four corners. These are the four main hotels that are located on the corner of Casino Center Boulevard and Fremont Street. The four casinos making up the four corners are The Fremont, the Four Queens, the Golden Nugget, and Binion's Gambling Hall and Hotel. In 1959, Wayne Newton made his start in Las Vegas at the Fremont at its Carnival Lounge