Faro Case Keeper in Spades, Western, Gaming, Other Michigan, United States, western, western: gaming, western: gaming: other
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Faro Case Keeper in Spades, Western, Gaming, Other  Michigan, United States, western, western: gaming, western: gaming: other Faro Case Keeper in Spades  Michigan, United States, western, western: gaming, western: gaming: other Faro Case Keeper in Spades  Michigan, United States, western, western: gaming, western: gaming: other Faro Case Keeper in Spades  Michigan, United States, western, western: gaming, western: gaming: other

Faro case keeper in spades

Item Number: AE0931


Faro case keeper in spades by B.C. Willis & Co., 666 E. Columbia St. Detroit, Michigan. This counter is folding type of walnut veneer measuring about 12" square. The suit of cards is illustrated with the Ace showing crossed American flags with red counters on the bars. An interesting counting device by a well known maker. Faro was the highest stake gambling game in the mining towns of the Old West, Virginia City and New York.

PERIOD: 19th Century

ORIGIN: Michigan, United States

SIZE: 13" x 12" Extended


PRICE $ 2,000

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