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Flash
Here is a picture I came across taken in Las Vegas sometime during the late 1970's.  What stood out to me, of course, is the "Coin Shop" sign on the right side of the street.  I was just wondering if anybody here might remember that shop and if the shop, or the people involved with it, are still around.  More importantly, did they have any currency?


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Matt
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mikelaw
Nope...nothing to share about the coin/currency store but the cars and bell bottoms bring back memories. Chevys , Fords , Chryslers and maybe a Lincoln Mark III ? Anyway, very cool photo.
Mike
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Steve in Tampa
Love these mid century photos.


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Sergei Aleksandrov
The Cornet store sign brings back memories, from N. California though, not LV.
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Ginza
Wow!  I was stationed at Nellis AFB from 1982-1986 during my Air Force career and Vegas was the place to be.  Wish I was into collecting back then.
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rbethea
I think it's the Silver Dollar Trading Post.  Check out this picture:
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YoungCollector
https://classiclasvegas.com/fremont-street-blog/?offset=1175890370146&category=historical


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