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  1. Newer MK for the bottom 3.
  2. The Heaton Oyster. The coloration on these is dead on the name. Looks just like the meat of an oyster, even the dark purple. It has a translucent base, can vary from almost opaque to very translucent. Has the amber brown coloration to varying degrees throughout the base, and a dark purple swirl.
  3. The Heaton Turtle Shell. Probably not a food lol
  4. Yeah heh, we must've been hungry when we were naming those things. I don't know how though, we were munching on homemade smokehouse sausage, slices of summer sausage, toast, artisan bacon, etc... I guess all the superhero names are used up and you have to draw from other things to get new names. I think they are all pretty fitting though. There are some more with edible names coming. Didn't realize how many were edibles at the time but that works... Pelts can be comic books and Heatons can be menus
  5. The Heaton Honey Biscuit. The base is transparent with ribbons of honey amber and biscuit white. The base looks like transparent honey until you inspect a little closer and see the honey ribbon is in the base making it look that way. I am typing this after eating the props
  6. Ron picked one of these up and rubbed it on his jeans to get the grime off and held it there and looked at us with the marble held tight to his jeans and said, "same color" and the striations look like the ribs in denim too. So many shades of blue to purple that you can hold it up against just about any pair of blue jeans and it will match. The Heaton Blue Denim. These aren't plentiful but there are enough that they should be available.
  7. Good name for it Stephen! The Heaton cucumber, named by Ron Shepherd:
  8. I picked this up out of the mud in the hole down at the marble vein at Heaton. I had a sneaking suspicion it was aventurine/lutz whatever you want to call it. I was happy to find when I cleaned it up I was right! Undoubtedly this is what was used in the Razzle Dazzles. I wonder if it got used in any others? Also here is the glowing virtolite and maroon ox that was also found on the razzle dazzles.
  9. The Alley Tater Bug was named I think by Sammy Hogue if I remember right, because the colors reminded him of a taterbug. They look like this And then the marbles with the name Lady in the Alleys have this lavender color, shown in the opal lady, blue lady, and others: So, the lady tater requires knowledge of the previous types to make sense. The Lady Tater Bug is the same marble as the Taterbug, but with the addition of the lady color lavender. That's the way I understand it at least. There is a green tater and orange tater too. I've seen another marble that doesn
  10. Superball. They get hard and dried up when they are old.
  11. Nola held this one up and said, "I think this one should be Volcano" and it was a fast unanimous "yes" from the rest of us. Great name Nola! I'm not sure what the base is on these. Maybe the clear but sometimes you barely see the clear and the base is more tan. Sometimes the clear is nice and clear, sometimes it is smoky grey. As usual with Heatons, they vary a good bit. The tan and red are volcanic.
  12. That appears to be one Trey. One thing about Heatons is that some examples can vary a lot.
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