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Orange Rebel with clear and blue(just a little) picked up in Canton
Had some Pelts out for pics and forgot about the green stripe until the flash set it off. Waiting for the next sunny day to check them for aventurine sparkles
my new blue zebra . . .
On another thread Pete and I were discussing Scott Patrick and his marbles. He gets dissed by some collectors, but I've never had any problem IDing his stuff.
It's been a slow month, but this came my way last week and I couldn't pass it up. Peltier Fruit Cocktail.
A friends marbles, Big one is a slag. No seams on these.
A couple of old pix I ran across tonight which made me smile.
Dave's Appalachian Swirls
These are even prettier in the dim light. Full of rich amber goodness.
Replace the glare of the camera with candlelight.
(Some have gold lutz. You might...
This one was hard won. First one disappeared into the black hole of the U.S. Postal Service. Seller tried unsuccessfully to trace it down. Offered to refund my money or send on a second one she had which she considered to not as nice. I chose the marble. I'm not disappointed.
The marble on the right came in the mail today. Spent more than I should and less than I thought it would go for. The black is absolutely full of aventurine. The left Rebel is one of three early Peltier swirls I picked up from a WV picker about 15 years ago. If I squint really hard I can find one...
My favorite marble in my collection (tied with one other..)
1.2 inches (30 mm).
David Chamberlain over on AAM is selling Ravenswoods that came out of the warehouse that was opened in 1987. I remember reading about it. Hundreds of thousands of new marbles and ephemera entered the collecting world. The find depressed the Ravenwood values for a while. Still, Ravenswood is one of...
Here is an Alley Agate that almost falls into the Calligraphy type
I just like it probably no value but so much I like bubbles Lil swoop, rich translucent color just neat.
These were in a larger lot I picked up at an annual church rummage sale. The largest is .75" down to .60"
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