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Marble Alan's Encyclopedia Marble Reference PDF Archive!

Marble Alan's Encyclopedia Marble Reference PDF Archive!

Red Latticinio Swirl

Red Latticinio Swirl Green Latticinio Swirl Yellow Latticinio Swirl w/Orange Alternating Yellow/Orange Latticinio Swirl Alternating Yellow/White Latticinio Swirl Divided Yellow Latticinio Swirl

SOLID CORE SWIRLS Solid Core Swirls come in several different forms, though the one pervasive trait all have is that the core appears solid, with no or at the very most minor openings. Like Latticinio Swirls, the base glass is almost always colorless, though on rare occasions it may be colored. The core may be cylindrical or it may have lobes, and it may either be transparent or opaque. Single colored cores are usually cylindrical and are truly "solid," while multicolored cores are often comprised of tightly spaced bands. On the latter type, the bands may be situated in such a manner as to give the appearance of lobes if the core is observed from above. Solid colored cores often have strands on their surface, either straight or twisted around the core. Sometimes these strands "float" well above the core; in such cases the marble is considered "trilevel." The most common core colors are yellow and white when the core is solid colored; otherwise a wide variety of colored bands may comprise the core. Like Latticinio Swirls, Solid Core Swirls almost always possess an outer design that most often consists of alternating colored bands or sets of typically white and/or yellow strands. When strands occur at equidistantly spaced intervals and are very close together all the way around the marble, the marble is considered "caged." "Naked" specimens lacking the outer layer are not uncommon. Trilevel Solid Core Swirl Caged Solid Core Swirl Lobed Solid Core Swirl

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  • Page 3: White Latticinio Swirl White Lattic
  • Page 7 and 8: RIBBON CORE SWIRLS Ribbon Core Swir
  • Page 9 and 10: Beachball Josephs Coat Swirl BANDED
  • Page 11 and 12: Peppermint Swirl Beachball Peppermi
  • Page 13 and 14: Banded Mica SUBMARINES Submarines a
  • Page 15 and 16: Indian Lutz CLAMBROTHS Clambroths a
  • Page 17 and 18: Opaque Banded Lutz Swirls are ident
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  • Page 41 and 42: surface. This acid reacts with the
  • Page 43 and 44: Raeren Brown marbles are almost ide
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  • Page 47 and 48: decorated. These were probably made
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    Middle Period Glazed China: Exotic

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    Chinas have two diametrically oppos

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    around the marble and either ends a

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    Green Slag Yellow Slag Orange Slag

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    COMPANY HISTORY The Christensen Aga

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    like glycerin or corn syrup. Howeve

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    Green Slag Red Slag Purple Slag Blu

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    Striped Opaque Striped Opaque Strip

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    Three Color Swirl Three Color Swirl

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    Three Color Swirl Three Color Swirl

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    Three Color Flame Two Color Flame F

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    Transparent Swirl Transparent Swirl

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    During the 1920s Akro Agate grew in

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    have wide clear areas. Popeye color

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    on the surface, with a clear glass

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    president and vice president, respe

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    Prize Name Prize Name Prize Name Pr

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    Special (Three Color) Special (Thre

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    Special (Four Color) Special (Four

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    hybrid Popeye hybrid Popeye hybrid

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    Lemonade Oxblood Limeade Limeade Ox

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    Milky Oxblood Tricolored Milky Oxbl

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    "Superman" "Lifesaver" "Indian Blan

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    Screenprinted Opaque Screenprinted

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    this little known company produced

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    PEERLESS PATCHES AND CHARACTER MARB

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    Multicolored Swirl Multicolored Swi

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    National Line Rainbo (Wasp) Nationa

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    National Line Rainbo (Superman with

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    National Line Rainbo (red, black, y

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    Character Peerless Patch (Skeezix)

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    Rainbo (with oxblood) Rainbo (trico

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    company in Anmoore, West Virginia,

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    exhibit. These boxes were made in t

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    Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst Sunburst

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    Comet Comet Comet with Aventurine C

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    No. 13 Sunbeam Box (reverse) No. 13

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    Duncan Peltier (son of Sellers) tra

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    HYBRID RAINBOWS, BLENDED RAINBOWS,

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    Also, the green vanes appear to hav

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    Bumblebee (from Paden City dump sit

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    Hercules Green Hornet Dragonfly Gra

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    Multicolor Rainbow Varicolor Rainbo

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    West Virginian Goldenboy Cookies an

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    orange-red and sky blue patch and r

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    Blended Green Hornet Blended Bumble

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    St. Marys Catseye (green/white) St.

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    electric orange and yellow with whi

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    Chinko-Checko-Marblo Box Unlabeled

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    In 1969 Vitro Agate was purchased b

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    example is the "Popeye" patch, whic

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    Brushed Patch (opaque) Brushed Patc

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    Parrot Parrot Tricolored Patch Mult

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    Patch Patch Patch Patch "Popeye" Pa

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    Blackie (Swirl) Blackie (hybrid) Bl

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    Four Fingers Tricolor Patch Poly Ba

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    marbles. Heaton sold the company an

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    White-Based Swirl White-Based Swirl

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    Champion Agate Company (1938-presen

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    The other type of Champion swirl th

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    White-Based Swirl White-Based Swirl

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    "New Old Fashioned" Swirl "New Old

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    Special Run (or "Furnace) Swirl Spe

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    Two-Color Swirl Two-Color Swirl Two

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    Tri-Color Swirl Two-Color Swirl Two

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    Two-Color Swirl Tri-Color Swirl Bro

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    White-Based Swirl White-Based Swirl

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    Color-Based Swirl (two-toned green)

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    ORIGINAL PACKAGING Apparently, the

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    Transparent Swirl Alox Manufacturin

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    The only Jabo-Vitro marbles that ar

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    "Peacock" "Bloody Jade"

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    "Hot Tamale" "Tie Dye" "Black Tiger

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    "Butterscotch" Vacor de Mexico (193

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    Black Panther ("Pirata") Opaque bla

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    Jupiter Opaque metallic base with s

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    Starburst ("Stelaris") Transparent

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    Galaxy Opaque black base with white

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    Gumball Transparent clear base with

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    Hand Made Swirl Hand Made Swirl Han

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    ORIGINAL PACKAGING Some Jackson mar

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    Opaque Swirl Jackson Net Mesh Bags

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    Transparent Swirl Transparent Swirl

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    Transparent Swirl Transparent Swirl

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    that have been dug from the Jackson

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    inexpensiveness with which to creat

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    "Hopalong Cassidy" "Lash La Rue" "R

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    "Roy Rogers and Dale Evans" "Bette

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    "Nehi" "Pal Ade" "Dr. Pepper" "Peps

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    "Coca Cola" "Coca Cola" FILLING STA

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    "Tydol" "Chevron" "Texaco"

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    "Champion Agates" "Mitee Marbles" "

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    "Milton Bradley" "Vitro Agates" "Mr

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    "Farmalls" "Eisenhower and Nixon" "

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    "Barber Shop" "John Deere" "John De

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    "Campbell's Kids" "Winchester" "Cat

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    "Purina Pig Chow" "Jolly Rabbit" "K

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    "Marlboro" "Chesterfield" "Copenhag

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    "Bumblebees" "Cub Scouts" "Girl Sco

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    it is an easy chore to print up an

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    REPRODUCTION HAND MADE SWIRLS Today

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    On the other hand, research conduct

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    Thomas Thornburgh Contemporary (not

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    Christensen Agate Lookalike ("Zulu"

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    Both hand made and machine made mar

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    Akro Agate Oxblood Corkscrew Lookal

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    POLISHED, BUFFED, COOKED, AND FILLE

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    With few exceptions, marbles with a

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    "Annual Boy Week Marble Shooting To

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    By the early 1400s the glass indust

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    The Entrance to the Oven An Oven in

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    G. Kuhnert & Co. Glassworks Adverti

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    Antique Christmas Tree Ornament "Pu

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    later it was confirmed that the two

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    "Catseye" from the Sofienhutte Glas

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    GALLERY OF HANDMADE GLASS MARBLES F

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    Onionskin with Aventurine Another G

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    A Divided Core Swirl in Cobalt Glas

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    "Leighton"-Style Transitional (Sing

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