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I didn't sleep last night so I'm not thinking well today, but the green in front looks like a West Virginia swirl .  I think probably an Alley Agate from the 1940's.  (There were about 10 companies in West Virginia making swirls from the 1930's through the 1950's.)

The back left is a German handmade.  The back right  ... is that clay?

The green on the middle right might be a slag ... more views might help.  Same with the blue on the front left.  

I should be able to tell you the one on the middle left ... I'm usually fair with patch-style marbles.  But I'm not quite placing that one.  Hopefully someone will pop in who got a good night's rest.  

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