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German Striped Opaque 2 - seam - part 1


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1 hour ago, westcoast_dave said:

Thanks for the replies.  I'll be on the hunt for some opaques now.  How about you Eggie?  How's your luck with the opaques?  The two you posted in the beginning are awesome.  

Hi. In have about 15 opaque ones now. Buy the ones i poster are the best ones. 

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Yes, It can take some time but i will

1 hour ago, westcoast_dave said:

Thanks for the lead godown.  

 

Eggie, any chance you can post a photo of all your opaques?  Would be very informative for me.  

 Yes but It can take soms time. Bush now

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Ive been wondèring about these striped transparents lately. I seem to find the red ones infrequently in the wild and appear to be semi common. What i ascertain from the knowledgable folks writing here . They were machine made around 1920? By SeppenhutteGlasswork. Any more info?

heres my latest.i really hope it is 1 ...for the post purpose.

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It Is Czech, and I have as many big ones as I do small, I think, but my big ones have transparent bases - got them from Alan B. back in the day.  When I figure out how to work my new camera and introduce it to my new laptop (which I`m still not proficient on) I`ll post them.

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Also my German machine-made slags, which I traded for with a German onionskin collector (sent him two nice peewee onionskins with mica, and he sent me ALL of his German machine-mades.  I was thrilled. Must have been thirty or so, including some red slag ones.  Love that guy.)

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