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  1. Large handmade "Ebay"

    I would be interested in what it did under a black light? I agree with the odd pontil remark . I have been collecting from the early 1970's and like mostly the early handmades. I have not seen this type of pontil till the Belgium and the California sulphides showed up.
  2. is the tin full of marbles ? or is it a random amount of marbles ? such as half full. Greg
  3. Found this single Pontil Oxblood

    IF this is an old one , a black light should show it as yellow green shade. Seven of my Greneirs all show up with this color under a black light. Greg
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    I I am interested in you slags ! 509-362-2544. Ask for Greg
  5. Knucklehead needs help

    I found a 23/32"+ that I think your looking for. IT is preaty shinny but has a small looking blow hole or it might be called a pop out? give me a call if your interested and I can describe it better.Greg phone 509-362-2544.I am not any good at photos or sending phone photos
  6. Auction For Active Members Only

    100 for three superb sparkles
  7. An old marble like yours has a lot of history with each scratch. I like to wonder at all the games that were played with this giant slag, and personally would not buff this one. Greg
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    i would like lot 8. thank you for your service. can we pay with pay pal or? Greg
  9. Marble Auction Data...

    what happened to the data base for the auctions, I can,t load the site? thanks for the help
  10. Question Re. Marbles Bag

    reminds me of your original box with an Indian Head on the top from "The Peltier Glass Company" National Marbles. The design and look.
  11. All my old sulphide that are clear glass and from Germany turn a yellow-green under a black light. What does this one do?
  12. There have been venetian glass beads around long before 1900 that are very opaque with other colors , such as the beads known as French Ambassadors , Louis and Clarks, ext. , also if you look at the archaic glass there are a few different colors that show up. Then what about the Greniers early opaque colors?
  13. First U.k Buy

    All my early Germans turn a yellow green under a black light in the clear glass area, even the early Grenier types. Can anyone else confirm this with there early German marbles that have clear glass? I was wondering if these marbles that have clear glass turn a yellow-green under a black light? Thanks Greg
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