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Bibi knocked some of my papers and photos from George over, and this landed on top of the upended pile.  Thought I'd share before I put the papers in a more out of the way spot. :)  I don't know the year of the ad.  Maybe I'll find it later on a related page.  

I _think_ I have that booklet by Windy Allen.  That should be something I should be sure about, but I'm not.  

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I have not seen that larger blister package in that style - just some of the "J" pkg types.  The smaller blister packages I have a few of - here are a couple pics.

MK Blister Pkg (5) (Shtr patches) - Side 1 - Al - MK4.jpg

MK Blister Pkg (6) (Shtr Cat's) - Side 1 - Al - MK5.JPG

MK Blister Pkg (50) - Side 1 - Al - MK4.jpg

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The West Virginia Museum of Glass has marbles on display but I think they are mainly marbles and not much, if any, marble related items.  Some years back, there was a National Marble Museum in Yreka, California but it closed down and all  of the donated marbles and marble related items were shipped to the WV museum.  I am guessing a lot of it is still in storage.  Lee's Legendary Marbles in York (?) Nebraska is another locations with a lot of marbles and marble memorabilia.

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