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  1. In July 2020, I found a Canadian M.F. Christensen Patent in Belpre, Ohio. Upon further speaking with the antique dealer, the patent came from an estate sale in Bridgeport, West Virginia, to him. I contacted Michael Cohill (M.F. Christensen Expert), Michael Johnson (Co-Author of “American Machine-Made Marbles”, and Roger Hardy (Owner of the worlds largest Akro Agate collection and author of “The Complete Line of Akro Agate”) and I combed through the records that they sent me. I interviewed them while going through the entire records with them and received their approval when the report was fi
  2. Is is a Christensen? I have not seen photos of a similar marble anywhere. This is 19/32", and the base is definitely a pale gray, not white. It has faint streaks of golden yellow, which are subtle, but show up in a few photos. I love the art-deco style! Can any one post photos of a similar marble? Thanks from (Your)MarbleBuddy
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