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  1. Thank you Cheese, pm via this site sent.
  2. After trying to gain access to AAM over a year ago, I would like to try again with this new management information. I just now sent an email from the site with my former account access failures. I am requesting your help please.
  3. I'm too lazy to sign up for another site, AAM. Guess that's it. Thanks everyone for what you have contributed.
  4. Yes, that's the link, thanks for posting it. Your marble is similar to mine. I like 'em!
  5. I don't know why the link I copied and pasted isn't linking. You can copy and paste it into your browser, or, I can copy and paste the info and photo if you would like.
  6. Hi, I'm looking for as much good information as you may have about the Peltier Nova family, 1988. The only on-line info I can find is this: https://www.peltiermarbles.info/1981-nove-run?fbclid=IwAR2HZM8QLt7hAQYjMB3GBZa1OvNMLMsn2YZFLJGE9_LJ6k9F1j_eivvEfD8 I own two from this family (a Float and a black),see photo, disregard the muddy's. I interpret the info from the link as the black ones must have a specific color and patch to officially be given the Nova name, communicating to me that I cannot call mine a Nova based on it's squiggle color and shape. I can, however, call mine, 'from
  7. Hi, Just wanted to plant a seed that there is a new marble show in the planning phase. It will be in Dayton, OH, named 'The Gem City Marble Show'. It will likely be September, 2021.
  8. I saw a marble for sale with Lucite in description. Lucite is a version of acrylic. The marble looked interesting and old, maybe just yellowed and weathered though. It just got me wondering if they ever had a "hey-day" for any amount of time. Shortly after that I saw new acrylic marbles advertised, so, maybe that answers my question. I'm guessing someone out in all of marble world collects acrylic marbles. Here's the link to the Alan Sherman song...I had to look it up and listen, it's fun. Title is 'Eight Foot Two, Solid Blue'. https://music.youtube.com/watch?v=h1zIToPr59M&a
  9. Hi, I am looking for information regarding approximate age of Lucite marbles, and any other interesting info you might have to share about them. Thank you, Sara
  10. All Brick's were dug, correct? Would explain beater condition perhaps? I've seen Akro Bricks and MFC Bricks, that's all I know.....
  11. I echo I'llhavethat1 about "odd to see a couple nice German" in that mix of marbles. There are some nice Vacor examples there. I think the marble in question is a new Asian type. I have similar that are hand-painted with very nice details at were at an even better price. Pretty marbles do not have to be expensive.
  12. Oh I love those orange and blues and great extra accents and lashes.
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