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  1. Thanks, Rich. I can't say for sure, but my records indicate that Sam & Dave's Cleanout Run which I have noted also as the Bullet Proof Run was on 5/2/2013. I would like to confirm that production date. What I do know for sure is that the Tin Lizzy Run was held on 9/23/2013 instead of the scheduled 9/24 date. Steve
  2. Thanks, Edna, for the pictures. Wish I could have been there. See you Friday.
  3. Thanks, Edna, for all of the pictures! I saved them all for future reference. Great job, and great fun! Steve
  4. This was an especially nice run with some rather spectacular marbles being made. I believe that this is the best Marble Buddies run at Sammys yet.
  5. Great job of posting, Edna. I truly enjoyed the experiences that were shared with the Marble Buddy group at this run, and the marbles are really nice. Unfortunately, I have not had the opportunity to go through my share yet; in fact, it may be winter before I can catch up. Anyway, look forward to seeing you at this next run and fully expect another great time with a great group of individuals.
  6. I have two German handmades with what we call "aventurine": a start-of-cane latticinio and an onionskin. But I have reserved in my cases spots for other known types: divided core and solid core. I am sure there are others.
  7. This is for Bill Bass. I am sorry that when we talked at the KC show about Art, I had no idea that I would not see him again. I told you that I had purchased several of those giant crease pnntils from him (as well as other marbs). I am so saddened by the loss of all my marble "buddies" and I am sincerely sorry for your having lost a friend. Steve
  8. This sounds like one of my favorite types of marbles, the MF Christensen oxblood slag. They are fairly rare and usually bring a good price. Even though I am a type collector, it is one type that I collect several examples. Good catch! Steve
  9. This is a new one for me. Chinese? How long have these been available? Steve
  10. Been waiting for it, Bob, since I got back into this hobby. Looking forward to obtaining a copy.. Steve
  11. OK. I swear that one on the right is laughing at me!!! Steve
  12. In 25 years of collecting, I have never seen one of those before. Absolutely gorgeous! Congratuations! Steve
  13. The show was great! What a wonderful time! And I'm a sucker for a good ground pontil transition with oxblood...
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