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1 hour ago, joey said:

This is great information been wondering for years what these were called and who made them

The first is likely a JABO Classic, probably 1992-2008 and the third is likely a Vitro Conqueror, probably from the mid 1940s.

1 hour ago, Carowill said:

Really helpful to have multiple views of each marble for identification.

Especially for the swirly ones!

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4 hours ago, Ric said:

A few different views that shows where any ribbons end will be helpful, for sure.

 

4 hours ago, Ric said:

A few different views that shows where any ribbons end will be helpful, for sure.

Just tried a different camera hope this will help thanks for the help and advice 

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8 minutes ago, joey said:

Just tried a different camera hope this will help thanks for the help and advice

Wow, these are way better - good job!

I think the bubbly orange one looks like a Peltier but it just might be a Kokomo. The blue green one looks like a Heaton Agate, and the red one might be too.

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