Bennington Marble?

uscgdavis

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Hello Tnet! Wondering if this is a Bennington marble I found. SLQ for size comparison, and also found nearby. So maybe the same age.
It is imperfect and not completely round. Also very hard.
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ArfieBoy

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Nice find! I have no idea of what style of marble you found. I have found a few different clay marbles in treasure hunting adventures, but I am not a collector. Good Luck!
 
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Yes, its a brown Bennington. 100 year old range, nice find.

Tim
 
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Yes, its a brown Bennington. 100 year old range, nice find.

Tim

Nice to have a confirmation that it's a Bennington-made marble. :notworthy:
I've found their doorknobs before, but never a marble from them.

I also never knew that there was a Marble Forum here. :laughing7:

Nice find,
Dave
 
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uscgdavis

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Thank you for the replies everyone! I, too, had no idea there was a Tnet marble forum!
 
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