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1950's Harold's Club or Bust License Plate Topper, Reno, Nevada
1950's Harold's Club or Bust License Plate Topper, Reno, Nevada

1950's Harold's Club or Bust License Plate Topper, Reno, Nevada

Your Price: $129.98
A 1950's vintage Harolds Club or Bust License Plate Topper, in good condition as pictured. Harold S. Smith, Sr. and his father, "Pappy", founded Harold's Club casino on Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada - the gambling capitol of the United States. It's opening debut was February 23, 1936. The 1960's saw Harold's Club as the most famous and successful casino in the world. Not only was Harold a successful casino owner, he was also known as one of the best gamblers in the country. Harold's Club casino had road signs with this slogan across the country, and many of the gas stations surrounding the Reno area would give this license plate topper to customers for free to promote the Casino. In 1970, at the age of 60, Harold S Smith, Sr. sold his share of Harolds Club to Howard Hughes. Later, Harolds Club was purchased by Harrah's and was demolished on October 27, 1999. The seventh floor of Harolds Club was "Fort Smith". It was off the Roaring Camp Room and housed one of the largest collections of wagons, old western guns, and music boxes. Totem Poles were included in the dcor. This painted tin (or aluminum?) license plate topper depicts a man and woman traveling by oxen driven wagon with "Harolds Club or Bust!" written on the wagon cover. This topper attaches to an old car license plate mounting bracket and is in great condition. It measures 8" high x 14" long.
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A 1950's vintage Harolds Club or Bust License Plate Topper, in good condition as pictured. Harold S. Smith, Sr. and his father, "Pappy", founded Harold's Club casino on Virginia Street, Reno, Nevada - the gambling capitol of the United States. It's opening debut was February 23, 1936. The 1960's saw Harold's Club as the most famous and successful casino in the world. Not only was Harold a successful casino owner, he was also known as one of the best gamblers in the country. Harold's Club casino had road signs with this slogan across the country, and many of the gas stations surrounding the Reno area would give this license plate topper to customers for free to promote the Casino. In 1970, at the age of 60, Harold S Smith, Sr. sold his share of Harolds Club to Howard Hughes. Later, Harolds Club was purchased by Harrah's and was demolished on October 27, 1999. The seventh floor of Harolds Club was "Fort Smith". It was off the Roaring Camp Room and housed one of the largest collections of wagons, old western guns, and music boxes. Totem Poles were included in the dcor. This painted tin (or aluminum?) license plate topper depicts a man and woman traveling by oxen driven wagon with "Harolds Club or Bust!" written on the wagon cover. This topper attaches to an old car license plate mounting bracket and is in great condition. It measures 8" high x 14" long.

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