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    Please Help Identify Token

    Hi All,
    Found this 8 sided token in a change jar. I've tried a lot of search terms and am feeling at a loss.
    Anyone here recognize it? Have any ideas for searching it out?
    Thanks
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    Welcome to Tnet

    It's a modern arcade game token from a chain called "Aladdin's Castle", operating during the 1980's and 1990's. Several different types exist, as listed below:

    Aladdin's Castle Arcade Games - Tokens and Medals
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    Yes Aladdin's Castle tokens I have several

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    Some history:

    Aladdin’s Castle started life as “American Amusements Inc.” founded by Jules Millman in Chicago. It was bought by Bally in 1974, who ran it as a subsidiary and changed the name to “Aladdin’s Castle”. They expanded to 221 locations in 41 states by 1980, peaked at around 400 locations in 1982 and then went into sharp decline as the video game industry collapsed in general. Sold to Namco in 1993 who merged it with their existing operations to form Namco Cybertainment.
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    Great information on this token guys.

 

 

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