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  1. Yes you do Greg but I think you would have to wait until my son inherits them before they " may" become available.
  2. The blue is 1 & 5/8" but I believe it is a newer slag and the Vaseline slag is 1 & 3/8".
  3. A new group to me measuring in at 29/32", not mint but still makes an impressive display.
  4. My last statement on this subject. I do not study marbles, I collect as a hobby for the beauty and appeal/artistry of marbles and when I find/buy things that I do not want I will flip them. My reputation I believe is for finding and selling good to great marbles at reasonable prices. I do not do this as a business but rather to reinvest this money on more marbles and unless it has sentimental value to me my mark up is minimal. No one has ever approached me at a marble show and started a discussion on CAC's or any other marble for that matter and I do avoid the boards. I enjoy the social aspect of a marble show/marble hobby and nothing more.
  5. Thanks for the information. Not following the boards or getting involved in these discussions at the marble shows is ignorance on my part. I will cease calling them CAC,s. I believe Roger has tried to find out information on any Canadian involvement but the last time we talked (many years ago) he had not found any. I do not collect CAC,s nor studied them, I like akro and hand mades. Any I have ever picked up I quickly flipped. Still would like to know where they come from and why I had a couple that had oxblood.
  6. Thanks for the Kangaroo court. I do not think they were made in Canada. I still lean to Christensen and never try to deceive. I don't need the money and the last ones I sold were purchased by veteran collectors that shared the same opinion as me. Thanks for slandering me I appreciate it, . Where were these made Marble Police? I have not bothered with the boards for many years because of __ll shit like this. I found out about this thread from someone who took the time to send me a question on the listing and pointed me here. If you do not agree with someones description it would be so easy to point out the "New Evidence" if it exists to who made these. Thanks Steph for all you do for this board. "
  7. I pulled the two auctions. Yes most of these were found in Canada, that does not make them Canadian. Everyones opinion is just that, an opinion. I did have a couple of these many years ago that had oxblood in them, (wish I had kept one) but I did not. To me at that time I felt they were M.F.Christensen but that was just an opinion, I really have no idea who made these but I do not believe they were "Made in Canada".
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