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  1. Made this already in a earring Glows green with UV If it has nice value i can remove the cap
  2. Maybe you can ID one of these ? Or comment
  3. Maybe you can ID one of these ? Or comment
  4. 2 yellow to see and maybe ID
  5. This one was indentified as one I have more of these
  6. Maybe....i have some german akro / vitro look a likes 🤔
  7. I googled in dutch European Factory's Marbles and this popped up https://www.knikkerwereld.nl/glasmachinaal.php This is the second half of the story on that website ⬇️⬇️ After Christensen's invention, the development in America was viewed with sorrow in Thuringia. Until now, they had not been able to design a good machine and were therefore in danger of losing the battle. Again it was a descendant of the Greiner family, this time Otto Greiner, a cousin of Elias and Septimus, who came up with the solution. He had one of the better machines from America rebuilt in Lau
  8. Maybe this is the answer why i have the ones i got and look like vitro and akro ......last part of this story says between 1930 and 1950 shippid "fake" american marbles too europe The years around the change from the 19th to the 20th century were, also for the German marble production, real crisis years. WW1 was threatening and there was also the rumor that in America people were already very advanced in building a machine to make glass marbles. America was the largest buyer of almost all types of German marbles, so this could be a noose. To make matters worse, many Europeans took the gamb
  9. The red is 9mm , the other one 15mm
  10. The years around the change from the 19th to the 20th century were, also for the German marble production, real crisis years. WW1 was threatening and there was also the rumor that in America people were already very advanced in building a machine to make glass marbles. America was the largest buyer of almost all types of German marbles, so this could be a noose. To make matters worse, many Europeans took the gamble to build a new future in that great America. Many glass workers from the Thuringia region also left for America. The latter were welcomed there with open arms, they could use their
  11. I have loads of these but you already seen a lot , i will look into if there are / were european machinemade marble factory's
  12. These just for fun And what they are....no clue
  13. Read something about Euro Sparkler Maybe these are it Flat "catseye' in both of them
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