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    May 2009
    West Virginia
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    My Favorite Marble find

    Hi Everyone,

    Found this in a union camp, and always wondered if i was indeed old enough to have been owned by a soldier? I believe it is clay. I don't find many marbles, when I do its a good day

    Thanks for looking,
    Snaps
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    wow is the pic that bad?
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    That's a cool Sweet find II know some marbles are worth some big bucks. Tommy
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    wow is the pic that bad?
    It's not super sharp, but it isn't too bad really..

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    us
    May 2009
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    Thanks Tommy, I never seem to find big buck stuff, my friends do though...Dizzy thanks for blowing that up a bit.
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    That's a Dandy find. Looks like the Shooter marble. Beautiful marble.
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    Thanks Rook! Only clay marble I've ever found
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    Jan 2005
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    Nice! Took me a few days to check in, I've been out of town at a marble show in Panama City Florida!

    That's called a Jasper and they are collectible! Thanks for sharing.
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    Cheese Thanks! What a cool name for a marble- hope you had fun at the show
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