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Mica Marble Colors And Sizes


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They come in pretty much most colors, although some are harder to find than others. Every variety of green, from forest and emerald to (harder to find) chartreuse and olive; dark blue, light blue, icy blue; turquoise or cyan; dark amber, golden amber, light amber, and a color Alan B. used to call "pilsen," and the HTF true yellow. Dark purple, medium purple, kinda HTF lavender; I have an oddball purple one I can only call grape, seriously different from the usual purple, but I don't know how hard it is to find. Colorless. Pale bottle green. Red is very, very HTF. . . and I've never seen or heard of a true orange mica.

Since I don't collect large marbles, I'll leave the size stuff to others . . .

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I would think any over an inch are large and probably less than 1 percent of the population. So many 3/4 and smaller were made for board sets I would think believing 1 out of 100 may be over an inch doesn't sound too outrageous

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I would think any over an inch are large and probably less than 1 percent of the population. So many 3/4 and smaller were made for board sets I would think believing 1 out of 100 may be over an inch doesn't sound too outrageous

I agree that anything over an inch would be unusual in micas -- When I was very actively buying them I remember very few being larger than 1".

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