🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Marble?

Crumb

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I was searching my cornfield for some flint points or artifacts of any kind and happened to find this. My question is is this an old marble cause the marbles I have found ain’t clay or ceramic I’m guessing that’s the material. Or is it something that could be a native artifact?
 

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smokeythecat

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I vote clay marble. 19th century. Some were made earlier of course. The great German swirl marbles were first made in the 1840's, however, not everyone could afford them.
 
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