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First ... I am not a marble collector ... I collect Vintage fishing lures ... but know just enough about marbles to get me in trouble .... I picked these up at a estate sale ... I can take better pictures if needed ... Anything any good here ???
There is a story behind this post, so please bear with me! I have twice now been told at antique shops that these are "Lemon Drops". Once by a shister who tried to convince me that some Jabos were Peltiers and then another time by a very kind older woman who had been told by a marble appraiser...
Pete, do you know this one on the left?
Any help on identifying these?
There in very good condition and bigger then most of my other marbles.
I acquired a can of marbles that came from a lot of vintage items and I would like to post just a few to see if I should even bother showing you the rest of them. I dont have a very good camera though. I have 2 photos of each one from 2 different angles.
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I have been collecting for quite a few years and I have quite a large collection. I have sorted all of my marbles and was wondering what the best way to submit pics for identification would be...should I submit a series of pictures with multiple marbles at different angles or should I do them...
Here are a couple I've had for a long time. 7/8" blue glass, right one has light green and white swirls, mostly on or near the surface. I won't even venture a guess. You have all been so helpful, very much appreciated. Tim
I had an electrician go up in our "crawl space" above the upstairs spare bedroom to install a ceiling fan. When he came out, he had an old canvas bank bag with marbles inside it. Said he found it on a plank sitting across the 2 x 6's.Don't know how long they've been up there. We've lived here for...
6 that were in a large group I recently picked-up. Bottom center is transparent light green base. All are about 1" in diameter. Alley perhaps, maybe foreign. Thanks for all the super help in the past. Much appreciated.
I have attached a picture of some marbles I acquired in the 70's from a friend who's grandfather played with them as a school boy in Scotland.
Any information would be great.
These look a bit like slags, they're a hair under 11/16". Deep purple with a white ribbon below the surface. I have no clue. Thanks again for all your time and energy.
Akro colors, but no cork. Ideas?
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