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On 4/5/2021 at 10:12 PM, Chad G. said:

Have to agree with Steph on this one also, I see Pelt.

Hey Chad does this mib have a name or a family group or is it just a labeled nlr

Just wondering thanks for all your help.

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A Peltier NLR Red Zebra has 4 red ribbons on a white base, exactly what yours has on one side. The other side is kind of wonky though, the ribbons don't meet, no broken cork or checkerboard pattern ?? Kinda messed up but still a Red Zebra 

They can vary quite a bit in size and so forth but the basic structure remains the same unless you are dealing with a "Miller Machine Example" with patience & time you will become atoned to identifying them.

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AN OLD PIC FROM MY FRIEND TERRYS SITE

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COMLPLIMENTS OF "LEE'S LEGENDARY MARBLES

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A LARGE 15/16ths EXAMPLE FOR SALE RIGHT NOW ON Ebay. I COUNT 2 SEAMS SO NOT A MILLER (maybe) BUT SIMILAR & HUGE. TO BE CONSIDERED A TRUE MILLER THEIR SUPPOSED TO HAVE ONLY ONE SEEM.

If you want to take a look at the full Ebay listing here it is:

LINK :  https://www.ebay.com/itm/294109166424?mkevt=1&mkcid=1

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