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    ????

    Not the best of condition.
    5/8" with a transparent green base.
    thanks.

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    Re: ????

    1 seam? 2 seams? No seams? Its a looker. Any road and tunnel action going on?

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    Re: ????

    Came in a group with some Akro's and a couple of M.F.C's bricks.

    No seams, but has what appears to be a cut line, middle pic top row. No road & tunnel that I can see.
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    Re: ????

    That's really interesting looking..............but I've got no idea. Is it hand-gathered?

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    Is there 1 seam or 2 ?
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    Doesn't really have the "traditional" (9 & tail) hand-gathered look.

    Again, not what I would call a seam (middle pic top row), but........?

    A few more views.
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    Re: ????

    1DANS...Could you desribe the colors? Is the color on and below the surface? Perhaps its a very early Akro...??

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    Re: ????

    From what I can tell, transparent green base glass, swirls of opaque white at and under the surface, and swirls of "oxblood looking" red also at and under the surface.
    The oxblood is a tough call because it appears to be very thin.
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