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  1. Just when you thought your Vitro tri-lite was, at best, superior, word magic induces a money-fed frenzy of imagination which creates the Vitro Sparkler Brushed Oxblood Popeye which, according to the description:
  2. I knew obviously their would be talk but it's sad to see some people being more immature than the kids that played with these marbles. I know how disappointing it is getting a item and it now being as advertised but it's done. I'm not canceling any auctions. I said if anybody is not totally satisfied with their purchase I would refund the money and pay shipping both ways. I truly get off giving people a chance to own a marble that they wouldn't normally afford. So many people have done this for me. I'm not on these boards anymore because of the drama but don't wish to cause anybody else drama. Over the years if I didn't like or trust a persons auctions I just didn't bid?...shouldn't it be that easy? Steve
  3. Hello marble collectors, I have put on ebay a very rare 2000 year old Roman marble: http://www.ebay.com/itm/2000-year-old-unique-1-5-16-inch-Roman-glass-marble-/320904710209?pt=Marbles&hash=item4ab7694841 I am curious what you think about it. And also two Joseph coat marbles: http://www.ebay.com/itm/mint-13-16-inch-Joseph-Coat-marble-with-super-colors-/320904725991?pt=Marbles&hash=item4ab76985e7 http://www.ebay.com/itm/Wet-mint-large-1-7-32-inch-Joseph-Coat-marble-with-stunning-colors-/320904739852?pt=Marbles&hash=item4ab769bc0c I was surpriced that the orange Joseph coat received such a high bid so quickly, and the other one, which is in my eyes equaly beautiful, stays behind so much. I thought they have about the same value Am I totally wrong with them when it comes to the value? Regards, Jeroen
  4. To the current upswing in the appearance of marbles in jar listings on eBay, I have penned the following as, what I hope, sends a clear message to sellers of my views on this issue. I would urge you to copy and paste the following as a question for sellers whenever one comes across similar listings or at least compose something in your own words with the same end, in mind: Question for seller: "Why are you displaying marbles in a jar? If I were interested in old jars wouldn't I be browsing the eBay old jar listings? That said, I'd only be interested in alternate views of your marbles whereby the jar only acts as an obstruction so I can only assume that there are details regarding the marbles which you prefer to obscure. So I guess I've answered my own question, haven't I? I expect that this listing will be added to the list of all of the other, unsold marbles-in-jars lots which I recently happened to peruse in the completed listings view of your other offerings. Thanks."
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