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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. This is the only one like this I've seen, I've been looking for a similar one to help me ID this beauty, obviously I've had little luck, I like this one, glad to have it in my small but beautiful collection, beautiful collection to me anyway. Thanks in advance, best wishes, Joe K Mr. Meteorite
  3. I've listed nine items for sale on eBay, including a nice 13/16"+ MFC brick in mint condition. http://www.ebay.com/sch/marbles_by_r3/m.html?_nkw=&_armrs=1&_ipg=&_from= Thanks!
  4. Please, help me to identify this "9 & tail" marble: is it a Christensen Agate slag, or a MF Christensen ?
  5. This slag is definitely similar to that posted before (see below). Also this one could be an Akro handagathered slag? Thanks for your comments!
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