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I am writing an article on the history of The Jabo Company. It is a work in progress and will stay that way probably for a long time as I am continually getting people to send my photos with years like you'll see at my bling. If you have time, check it out and let me know if you like what I am doing. So far, I am at 2006 and heading toward 2007. I have pictures up to Jabo Joker Salute to post and most everything in between.

http://www.santasbli...rbles&Itemid=53

Thanks Rich

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Thanks Al. I did think there would be more interest on this topic than shown so far since it's such a grand undertaking but hey, it's all good!

Remember, it is a work that is ongoing and subject to change when I receive pictures with dates for documentation for the article. I want it to be as exact and accurate as possible.

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Hi everyone. I just uploaded more pictures at http://www.santasbling.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=82:pictorial-jabo-factory-history&catid=39:jabo-machine-made-marbles&Itemid=53 for you to see.

I am missing the following marble pictures:

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Jabo Joker FINALE Run (3/4”)

(November 17th, 2010).

Jabo Hybrid Run (3/4”)

(August 7th, 2011).

Jabo Joker Salute Run (3/4”)

(August 7th, 2011).

If you have any of these marbles, please email me a big file picture of them so I can fill in the last 3 blanks - thanks

Rich

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http://www.santasbling.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=82:pictorial-jabo-factory-history&catid=39:jabo-machine-made-marbles&Itemid=53

I have finally exhausted my photo library of documenting the Jabo Company's Pictorial History!!!!!

I am SO excited I just wanted to share.

Rich

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I know there are some errors but I am depending on the people that were at the runs to correct me. It IS a work in progress and I hope is some way, when I am gone, others will find this helpful.

It seems that we try to identify vintage marbles with little or no pictorial anything to look at so I decided when I was at Jabo I would do my part to preserve the marbles history.

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