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    Old Marbles, Anything Good?

    Really surprised seeing some of the prices older marbles go for. Always loved marbles and finding/collecting them. These are all from one place. Anything rarer or worthwhile selling?
    Curious about those wood ones. Are they technically marbles?

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    I think there clay marbles not wood. No expert tho.
    "See your doctor if your detector has a detection for more then four hours!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by digger460 View Post
    I think there clay marbles not wood. No expert tho.
    yeah i think you're right

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    Nice collection! You've got them from the turn of the century or so on up to the 60s or so. I see a few nicer slags and a handmade German marble, some old machine made swirls and stuff that are found in most collections. I don't see any that are really big money marbles though. Most are going to be under a buck apiece with a few that might bring $10 or $20.
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