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    Found Gladden All Red?

    I think he meant home made/written bag, not company packaging bag
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    Revisiting a 1929 mystery

    I can't see any of them well enough to determine
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    Possibly Cairo Novelty ?

    There are JABOs similar to the original marble made in like 1999 or 2000. With that pattern and color it is likely it is one of those JABOs.
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    Its a JABO Jinks marble. There isnt clear glass being used at this stage of the run. I could always smash it open if it drove me crazy enough to be sure what is happenning.
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    Looking at it through the loupe it appears to be a transparent round glass ball and not a huge clear air bubble. I know this is unheard of with machine mades ... but ...Like somebody shoved a weewee sized peewee in the stream somehow
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    Michael Warnelis

    Here are some examples of Mike's Lost Your Marbles JABO Classics
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    Imperial packaging

    My main interest in the early Imperial packaging came about just recently because of unknown Vacors. There are some late 70s packages with made in Mexico marbles in them which seem like they would have Vacors in them. The opaque patch type marbles look more like Asian made patches than later Vacor patches, but they have to be Vacors, right?. Does anybody know if there was another non-vacor Mexican machine made marbles producer in the late 70s? I know many consider these marbles total garbage, but I still like a mystery wherever I may find one
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    See anything?

    There are some Anacortes Vitro Classics in there along with some JABO Classics. Neither are very old, but you have some fun marbles to sort by maker and/or location hiding in there too
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    Marbles By Color Combo: 4+ Color

    my bad, vintage 08