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  1. It's 17/32. I got ahead of myself. Started the post before I measured! Thanks for "heads up."
  2. Earlier I watched Stephenb's Marble King video and it inspired to pick through my MK's and tried to I. D. a few. As a newbie I highly recommend it! Below are the ones I'm struggling with. I'm not even certain that they are all MK, especially #2. Do any of these have special names? Please let me know if more photos are needed. Thanks!
  3. Thanks Steph! I had sorted it with the West Virginia Swirls but that sure looks like a seam in photo 2...
  4. This one is a pee wee. It measures 17/32. I haven't found many drizzles so I'm wondering if I have something good or if its common?
  5. Here's one of the weird ones from the weekend. Closest thing I can find online is a fat core or Jell-o Vane Cats Eye. The colors are beautiful. Can anyone tell me what it is?
  6. So I was on the Peltiermarbles.info website trying to ID this swirl. The color scheme closely matches examples of Multi Color Swirls however per the webpage "this type lacks seams." My marble clearly has a single seam so does that make it a Miller Swirl? The base is a transparent green and it measures 11/16.
  7. I'm thinking MK but I am far from certain. Thoughts?
  8. Thanks Ron! Great information as always!
  9. Thanks Ron. I've seen a few of these now where the ribbons get pushed to one end. Any idea what causes this? Is it because its near the end of a run?
  10. One of these days Steph I'm going to find a really good one! In the meantime the hunt continues. Thanks as always for your help!
  11. I found some examples that look similar. Is this an Akro Carnelian?
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