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    Peltier NLR - recent find

    5/8 inch and has two seams. One seam is horizontal and one vertical (90 degrees) to the other (Block called this type NLR type III). Note the offset ribbons at one seam and an L shaped seam on the opposite seam. The ribbons come off the L at both planes. You wonder how this could have been made this way. Thanks..........Harry C
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    Re: Peltier NLR - recent find

    Twisted seams are actually a very common feature on certain types of marbles. The stream is such a size the size that it folds to make the proper volume for that size marble. The seam can end up in almost any orientation once the glass stream has folded. Pretty Mib!
    CACs make me smile, Galen

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    Re: Peltier NLR - recent find

    Harry, a very nice pelt "Dragon' and lst is right on the many different cut or seam lines on peltiers. I have discussed this with many people who have seen the actual production of marbles and the whys they come out different ways. I have pelts that not only have two cut lines but up to four cut lines and they are many different ways. I have found pelts also that have the fold "but crack" to. Its all in the shear cuts as the glass flow drops thru the cutters. I have many pelts that you would never think they were and the composition and color made me scratch my head if they were actually pelts but i know they are. Dont forget to look for the av in the pelts to. Chuck G--

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    Re: Peltier NLR - recent find

    I believe what Chuck calls multiple cutlines are actually folds it the marble. It also often happens with CACs making it appear that there are more than two actual cutlines.
    CACs make me smile, Galen

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    Re: Peltier NLR - recent find

    Maybe towards the Flaming Dragon with the orange and red?
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