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Pics Of Miller Swirls


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This thread can go in two different directions.

1) We can discuss whether there really is any such thing as Miller swirls

2) People can post the marbles which have traditionally been described as Miller swirls

I've already opened the door on the first option. Hopefully we'll at least get some of the second option too. :)

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I really don't know what it would take to be called a Miller swirl in general, but I'd guess that this is too clear of a seam to qualify? Am I on the right track with that thought?

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I would say that is a NLR, and that the burnt rebels were more likely made on a Miller machine.

I believe that the Burnt Rebels and Burnt Christmas Trees predate the more familiar NLR's with six ribbons in the flip-flop pattern.

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Found this on Joe's -- it's what I think of when I think of the "Miller" type (like the second from the right on your top row, Mike, and the Christmas Tree underneath it) --

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