'El Rancho Hotel Tower & Casino' was Las Vegas first strip casino and is long gone. This listing is for 5 pcs vintage logo envelopes.
History, if you're interested: What I've found so far - 'El Rancho Hotel Tower & Casino' opened August, 1982 and closed July, 1992. What's interesting is that this casino had changed its name a couple times before - the first time it opened, it was called 'Thunderbird', as early as in 1948. It was actually owned by Lieutenant Governor of Nevada Clifford A. Jones. In 1977 it changed the name to 'The Silverbird' - and lasted until 1982, when 'El Rancho' opened.
I found these on auction, and figured I would put them out here for sale. These envelopes are nice for anyone that collects vintage stationery. I believe they will be awesome in a junk journal or in some other craft project, the logo is pretty cool - or simply use them as ordinary envelopes.
Size is approx 24 cm x 10.5 cm (9.44 inches x 4.13 inches). Made of normal weight envelope paper.