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  1. Hello all, Ive recently come into possession of a small collection of antique German marbles. Since then I’ve done enough reading and looking around to realize that a few of them are quite different from other marbles of their type. Mistakes? It doesn’t seem as if most people here are focused on antique German, but I’d be interested in your thoughts on the general question of whether you or collectors are interested in more unusual examples or whether perfection of the form is more what people go for. I’m going to post a couple of them below. Their condition is as good or better than
  2. TO anyone who can help, I am a very new glass collector and I purchased some large marbles that I can't identify. I got them at an estate sale from someone who loved marbles and had a huge collection. I know that some are onion skin, there is a swirl, but don't know what kind of marbles the white and blue one and the white and green ones are. I also have no idea of a maker or age, can anyone help? Also just let me know what else you need to see to id these marbles. There are two pictures of each marble and sorry about the fingerprints on them Thanks in advance Chris
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