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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. PREVIEW ALL DAY TODAY FOR OUR HUGE MARBLE AUCTION TOMORROW SATURDAY MARCH 9TH, AT 10 A.M. WE HAVE EVERYTHING FROM OXBLOODS, PELTIER, CORKSCREWS, GERMAN HANDMADES, POPEYES, LINED CHINA AND MANY, MANY MORE!!!!!!! This auction is going to be amazing. Our auction is in Danville, IN, with online bidding at indianahibid.com. Preview is all day, and auction starts tomorrow at 10 a.m est. Feel free to contact me with any questions. PM
  3. I'm having trouble with a name for this one. End of day swerl maybe? It's not really paneled, not an onionskin, I don't think Josephs coat. 3/4"
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