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    us
    Nov 2012
    New Orleans
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    Marble help please

    Hello y'all,

    I found these while detecting at houses built on the 1940s. I know they are worthless but I really enjoy finding them. Can y'all tell me anything about the age or types of marbles they are?


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    the black and yellow patch and ribbon is a bumblebee by marble king...these were made in the 50s and 60s as were most of your other marbles...the process to make cateyes was invented in the u.s in the mid 50s earlier in japan...to the early 50s.....the red blue and green marble is a marble king tri-color from the same time fame as the bee....in the last pic the bluish swirl looks to be alley agate...
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    us
    Nov 2012
    New Orleans
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    Quote Originally Posted by duffytrash View Post
    the black and yellow patch and ribbon is a bumblebee by marble king...these were made in the 50s and 60s as were most of your other marbles...the process to make cateyes was invented in the u.s in the mid 50s earlier in japan...to the early 50s.....the red blue and green marble is a marble king tri-color from the same time fame as the bee....in the last pic the bluish swirl looks to be alley agate...
    Thanks you were a big help
    Ad Majorum Dei Gloriam

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    Apr 2013
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    I love finding marbles!!

    These guys are Good here wheatfinder13.....
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    You have
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    peltier
    Vitro

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    Nice finds wheatfinder.
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    Cool Marbles.
    Daniel

 

 

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