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well i got the camera fixed, i was reading an old post on broken corks and steph wanted to know if there was a 4 color one,, ok,, lololol, here me out,, i actually took this as being an akro at first but the colors were off and the more i looked at it i really think its a pelt liberty with a grey band on it, if you count white as a color, wahhh laaa ,4 colors, lololol, bj

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John, sure looks pelt to me!! You might remember that when peltier produced their marble varieties they had some REALLY odd and messed up ones that just happen to "ROLL" out very weird. You might want to remember to that most everyone looks for the basic color schemes of a certain marble like the pelt liberty but that same color combo was on different base glass colors to, including clear. Chuck G--

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Thanks Chuck, The whole group was kinda messed up even this faded green christmas tree, i think its missing a color to become a citrus but the green is way wrong and look at the pattern, their just different from the norm i guess,, i thought the first one was an akro at first because of the mib i have in my avitar, but the colors changed my thinking, i dont think i have any other grey bands on a pelt hafta check,, more of a unique grouping more than messed up,, bj

ty marbman, glad i could help

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Hi BJ, both mibs are pelts all the way in my book. I might want to interject this also for your thoughts as you conjecture what the mibs might or could be. Remember that production for numbers was the goal for the profits for the company. Now during this time who knows what might have or could have been produced. Glass flow and color consistancy changed quite often during this time as well as the shear cuts and the blades getting off line. I have found marbles with this factor and can show you. Ron S may back me on these thoughts to. Examples of this can be found in broken nlr corks, peerless patches that cork, three if not sometimes four cut lines, weird colors sometimes, carry over colors from one run to another run (leftover glass in the furnace from the last run previous, these are just a few i can think about. I love the challenge to find these types. Chuck G--

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