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This is a rare orange aurora borealis glass (carnival glass-like) that celebrated the Las Vegas Horseshoe Club in the 50's. The history of the Horseshoe Club includes a short period of time when, in 1953, Binion went to prison on tax evasion for four years. During this period, Joe W. Brown owned the Horseshoe Club, that some say he was holding for Binion. This orange glass ashtray is the only one we have been able to find in our search for the story. The glass is in good shape, the red logo paint has some age scratching but the logo is very legible. It measures 3 1/4" in diameter. Perfect for the Las Vegas or Rat Pack collector! Don't miss this.

Joe W. Brown's Horseshoe Club Las Vegas Orange Glass Ashtray 50s Rare

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  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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