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Is the green a color found on this type of Peltier?

It happens sometimes on that type, alongside the ribbons, when yellow overlays or underlays the blue . . . it's more common to just get a bit of muddy brown, or something that would best be called "dark." Nice.

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It happens sometimes on that type, alongside the ribbons, when yellow overlays or underlays the blue . . . it's more common to just get a bit of muddy brown, or something that would best be called "dark." Nice.

The green was an added interest. Thanks Ann!

I want to thank everyone for there bids and for those of you who won the auctions your marbles have shipped. Delivery confirmation numbers are attached to each of the auctions. Thanks again! I have a few more auctions if anyone is interested. Take care. Mike

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Hey, Mike!

Is the Rebel shooter still for sale?

When I click on the original link I don't see it,

but when I click on 'recently viewed links' it

looks like it was re-listed. Thanks, Bob

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Hey, Mike!

Is the Rebel shooter still for sale?

When I click on the original link I don't see it,

but when I click on 'recently viewed links' it

looks like it was re-listed. Thanks, Bob

Good evening Bob, I didn't list a Peltier Rebel Shooter only a couple Peltier Superboys and a couple John Deere variations. May have been someone else? I know a couple others on ebay are selling Peltier Rebel Shooters. Hope this was helpful. Thanks Mike
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Thanks for responding, Mike!

It was 'funny guy' (Mean that in a good way! There are videos!)

marbleseeker who posted the second-to-last 'plug' and I was

thinking about that one. Sorry about that.

But I really like the Superboy and John Deere you're showing now.

And am in 'respectful awe' of your brutal honesty in the Deere auction.

Have always kept an eye out for one of these, and seen many marbles

not nearly as overall nice as yours described in much more glowing terms.

You're the kind of seller we all want to deal with. ( :

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Yes, it was the Golden Rebel I was thinking about.

Did you ever see the topic here when some of us were talking

about having a particular affection for slightly beat-up marbles?

Particularly shooters. I won't deny that as a poor person I like

the fact that less-than-perfect marbles can be had for a price

I might be able to justify. But honestly, there really is a sort of

'Hallmark Channel movie' appeal to marbles which lead the life

they were meant to!

Here are a couple shooter 'Muddies'. 15/16.

They're definitely among my favorites of all time.

I really don't think I'd like them as much if they were mint.

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I get it, I have some very nice pieces of glass that have cracks. One is a Heisey "Saturn Optic" 12" ball vase in moongleam (green), it was once a prized possession but because it was cracked it lost value in their eye.

But just because it now has a flaw does not mean that it is not a beautiful piece of blown art glass. Like many people, we get nicked up and chipped in life. Some people see us differently but I still see the character and the beauty.

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Nicely put, and cool glass.

Had to look it up.

Only have a few Akro pieces because of my marble 'thing'.

Otherwise don't know much.

Didn't see your green color, but bet it's pretty great.

'Greens' used to be better.

In most cases this is because of paint with lots of lead in it.

Although that doesn't apply here.

Or maybe it does. Lead works well with glass too. ( :

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