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Jack,

Top Left and Bottom Right are Jody Fine.

He only signs some of his special stuff.

These are regular production pieces.

Top Right is a Cuneo Furnace (Steven Maslach).

No signature here either.

These are regular production pieces.

Bottom Left is unknown to me.

All four are very nice!

Sincerely,

John McCormick

"Shamrock Marbles"

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Top right could be Jody Fine. He doesn't sign the little things. then or now. Most signed even in the time period yoi speak of. I looked to see if they were Sonny Miller or Fred Wilganoski. They don't sign. I don't recognize them. Edna

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Top right could be Jody Fine. He doesn't sign the little things. then or now. Most signed even in the time period yoi speak of. I looked to see if they were Sonny Miller or Fred Wilganoski. They don't sign. I don't recognize them. Edna

thanks very much for everyones input, that helps me a whole lot.....jack

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I don't think Steve Maslach has ever signed anything, old or new (torn between him and Jody Fine on the upper right one too). And I don't believe it was quite as customary 15-20 years ago for marble artists to sign their work as it is today. Almost everyone does now -- although some signatures can be tough to find or see, now that more artists are using a titanium pen instead of engraving.

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