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Not glow in the dark, the paint is just uv. reactive. Glow in the dark is after the light is extinguished the object continues to glow. Common clays though probably old  hardly any value except maybe sentimental. I always use a blacklight or tube instead of a uv. bulb or flashlight it seems to work a bit better ??

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3 minutes ago, Chad G. said:

Not glow in the dark, the paint is just uv. reactive. Glow in the dark is after the light is extinguished the object continues to glow. Common clays though probably old  hardly any value except maybe sentimental. I always use a blacklight or tube instead of a uv. bulb or flashlight it seems to work a bit better ??

I meant UV reactive, just couldn't think of the words. Just thought they were cool. Do you think that dark green one in the 2nd picture is a bennington?

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Understood !! as for the dark green I'm pretty sure it's just a regular clay, lots of damage, beningtons are low value also unless you get a rare color like pink  etc......

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