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  1. It's a West Virginia swirl, from the 1940's or thereabouts, I think. But which WV company? @wvrons .... jmglenn has some browns .....
  2. Not seeing enough of the internal structure to judge.
  3. This is a game marble. Considered "solid color" thought it might have some variations in shade. It is almost impossible to ID who made a game marble unless you have the actual package in which it was originally sold. Game marbles was a big industry which many manufacturers took part in.
  4. This is a modern Asian cage-style cat's eye.
  5. @St├ęphaneFrance posted this on Facebook. 3.93 inches. This inspires me! I keep saying I want to make a very small run ... and I honestly keep thinking about it ... thought about it this past week ... am saving micropeewees for the purpose. But I guess I could also try to find one of these to buy because it looks so fun.
  6. I agree with your original verdict. I'm curious though as to whether its UV reactive.
  7. Nice 9! I need to file this one away in my imposter files!
  8. I was about to say I was unable to comment on gallery photos. But apparently a recent software fix changed that. I added one comment. I'll go have another look now.
  9. My question is "Alley or Christensen or Vacor". And I don't have any strong feelings.
  10. The colors made me think Vacor. The second to last photo made me think even more Vacor.
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    Help ID 49

    Very pretty. Would guess Marble King or later Vitro. Don't know.
  12. Old, I think. Something from Mr. Leighton, I think. Maybe Navarre.
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