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  1. I unwrapped these 5 beauties the other day. I’m almost sure pics 1-3.(4 Marbles) are all the same mfg whom ever that may be. The dull colors with the grainy coloring going into the cutoff lines makes me think these are Master Made Marbles possibly Vitro Agates. The last one pictured 4-7 is a clear base with a red tinge to about 1/4 the inside is grainy with a twist resembling a cats eye that didn’t spread out all the filament is on one side somewhat like a Cobra. If anyone knows what these specific patterns are I would appreciate it so I can compare my thoughts on these with yours. I appreciat
  2. Is there an inside joke on this board about Jabo marbles? I’ve read a few replies on other topics where Jabo marbles Created a sense of “dang it” I used to experience when my mother tried to feed us Kiesh for breakfast.
  3. Is the deformation on the Pontil common? Do these types of manufacturing defects devalue or add to the value of a marble? Thanks
  4. Ok I see the problem I’ve been having is bleeding over to y’all to. I inherited 5 thousand plus marbles in 8 large boxes from my 100 year old grandmother after she passed away. She knew I to had an itch for glassware and pretty marbles but her collection takes things to another level. The past year I’ve off and on tried to open these up and identify some of them but everything looks like an Akro Agate. Ive even started dreaming about different patterned marbles lol. I’ve spent hours identifying Marbles only to find out I was wrong more often than not. Don’t get me wrong I’m having fun but it’s
  5. Ok I’m thinking Christensen Agate what do y’all think here? It’s an electric blue base white opaque Swirl with a very unique pintail deformation pretty cool if you stare at it the options for what it looks like become almost infinite.
  6. Little help here I’m thinking Master Made but unsure. I’m putting together a lot for trade and I’m including this one but I’m just not sure I haven’t seen one like this before now, Thanks Y’all
  7. Hello Im Heston I’m from Alabama Being a product of the Deep South where charm and ornate intertwine themselves in all things, all days and all places, forming a collection of any variety presents a challenge in pursuit for rarity. Southern folk are corn fed living to be 100 all the while rarely parting with any item(s) we assimilate into our possession. Parting with these acquired goods is often considered blasphemous, when it happens there’s a mourning period that’s soon overcome by an innate need to replace said object with something of the like, this time a little more unique, a litt
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