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I am having a dilly of a time trying to get a good picture of this little 17/32" marble from Clyde's collection. Transparent base with oxblood, green, and white swirling. No glow. Quite dark in hand until I put a bright light on it and then it's a beauty. The camera, and my questionable skills just won't cooperate. Help. Thank you. Burt



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Not a Jabo...still wondering. Thanks all, for accepting this assignment. Class is not ended yet.

Would a brick have a transparent base?

They're rare, but they're there . . .

Transparent green, and . . . never seen one myself, but in the last edition of his book Paul Baumann illustrates a brick with transparent colorless base . . .

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