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    Savannah Harps

    Dec 2016
    Savannah, GA
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    Hi Cheese,

    Here are a few more marbles from another site that Iím metal detecting.

    The small red one looks very interesting.

    Could you ID these?

    The red cat eye is probably a late 50ís marble king since it has bubbles?

    The others I have no clue?

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  2. #2

    Jan 2005
    South Georgia
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    Hi Bharpring,

    The little red one is a chinese checkers marble or possibly an Akro flintie. The salmon and white one is a Vitro Conqueror. The cateye I can't tell for sure but probably MK. Not sure on the blue one. The green one is a Heaton, and the blue and white swirl is a Ravenswood. The solid white is another chinese chechers marble. Good old mabrles!
    "A prudent man foresees the difficulties ahead and prepares for them;
    the simpleton goes blindly on and suffers the consequences."
    - Proverbs 22:3

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    Savannah Harps

    Dec 2016
    Savannah, GA
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    Thanks Cheese! Hopefully many more to come.

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    Cool marbles, they are always fun to find!
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