sissydear Posted May 20, 2011 Report Share Posted May 20, 2011 I have thought for at least 2 1/2 years about this. Now I'm going to expose another marble company. You haven't proven anything because a JABO marble fooled me into buying it for a Vitro Agate. It proves I made a mistake and should have known better. Let's look at that particular marble again. The marble has a small "v" on the backside. It has a large "V" on the frontside. David McCullough did nothing intentional to make this marble look like a vitro agate. The machine it was rolled on is a Vitro Agate machine. It's a miracle that many more of them don't have this pattern. I paid $2 for the marble. I'll bet a lot of people would pay $2 for this marble, maybe $5, or $10 or more because it's got oxblood, or it's pretty, or whatever other reason people have for buying marbles. I don't feel cheated by a JABO, if it's any of your business. I remember your original premise was that people would be cheated out of hundreds of dollars by the JABO look alikes. JABO look alikes that looked like CAC or Akro. Well wait for the end of this post before you leap in here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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