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Vitro buttermilk right?

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It might qualify to be one of the "milk" variations.  Not a buttermilk though.

Here's Chuck B's description:

"Buttermilks have a red band on one side, a parallel red/blue band on the other side and a translucent buttermilk yellow base, sometimes with white."

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http://joemarbles.com/3Marble Articles/Chuck Brandstetter/0002 Older Vitro Marbles (Tri-Lites).htm

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A vitro Tri Lite, but I would not call it a Buttermilk. It should have blue and better yellow. 

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