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Here are some auction pix of marbles dug at the company site. (source)

Zebras:

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Various swirls:

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"Rootbeer swirls"

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A nice swirl from another seller. (source)

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The seller described it as a "Jackson Furnace marble". At LOM Ron backed up the name saying, "They got nicknamed locally because most were fractured like the Champion furnace marbles."

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Thanks!

I forgot I had started a Jackson thread in here.

Here are my Jacksons.

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Thanks!

I like that red one ... or it is orange?

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Hi Steph its one of the " Rootbeer swirl " types pictured above most like the one picture with the least white stripping bottom left

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:)

Is that another rootbeer at top? Or something in the pink range?

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This was ID'd as a probable Jackson on this board some time ago. Just putting the example up. I have been able to locate another example of this. John

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Here are some like the fractured one you posted Steph. From what I hear, they are pretty rare and I think I was told they are named "royal purple" and only dug...if I remember right.

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Thanks for sharing these , I'm really trying to get a grip on the Jackson make and model , but it's tricky . I like their swirl action .

 

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