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  1. I call these called General Grant boards; also known as solitare boards. I'm told the lines/painted portion has to do with a specific type of game played on the board. These were made in the 1800-1900's. Heard the name General Grant may have been used bec Civil War soldiers used these boards.
  2. Darn....we will be on vacation/out of the country. We live close enough to go and man handle all the marbles prior to sale time..FUN!
  3. I saw that cane/marbles in hand at Morphy.....it was great!
  4. Cool Ray...nice to be a part of something like that
  5. What a great find Eggie...the colors are great and everything looks in such good condition! Congrats to you...
  6. Love Criminal Minds....Joe Mantegna. Need I say more?
  7. Been there..LOVE it. One of the best places we have ever visited. The people were amazingly kind and there was so much to do..or not to do. Just sitting outside, having a bite and people watching...
  8. I have held on to these for quite some time...I just love the colors! The middle one has a bit of metallic in it...Imperials, but just too cute to cut loose!
  9. Welcome! Check out some books on marble id or try web sites such as Alan's Marble Connection. When you begin to learn makers and can id marbles, you then learn their values. Not sure where you are located but a marble show is invaluable!
  10. Hi...and welcome. Lots of nice folks and great marble info here..
  11. These can also commonly be called Japanese pincers or wales marbles
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