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  • Birthday 02/23/1963

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  1. I believe these to be Peltier Rainbows ..Aqua ...Then a very dark bluish green (almost opaque) .. Then just blue. not sure how common these are ..but Im gonna post them on Ebay for .99 cents for ea. group. Iam about to embark on a marble sale...if theres any thing in particular you'd like to see up for sale drop me a note...Ill see what I can do .. Thanks Johnny jnyreigel@yahoo.com
  2. Is this a "Blue" gooseberry? thats what Im calling it...I know its not in the best condition ,but havent seen too many of these..
  3. SEHR GUUT! I am thrilled about your website! There are literally thousands of European marbles (early machine mades) that fully deserve recognition as unique objects of art, many as equally as rare (if not more!) than some of the American machine mades. I dont understand why many Americans aren't interested in these as much though. maybe lack of knowledge (or mine).. ...Iam curious as to more info on marble manfacturers throughout Europe...maybe I havent looked hard enough ,
  4. Scrutiny is a virtue.... Its good for all of us..as marble collectors or sellers
  5. LOVE THESE!! But why anyone would keep these bunched in a jar,, is beyond me. such a crime
  6. Sometimes it's neigh,, sometimes it's yeah,, and then sometimes just maybe,,,,,,I have several of these ..my thoughts where that these are quite common...
  7. I dont collect contemps but I have a few of these though..
  8. I think it just needs to be "buffed" out a little.......undernieth it's rough exterior is an "ULTRA RARE" Double lutz triple cyclone zombie!
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