1st - 2nd items: Two (2) Peltier superman marbles, 5/8" and 13/16". Note: Red swirl on smaller marble is subtle. 3rd - 8th items: Six (6) handmade transparent swirl marbles, including 1 latticino, 1 divided core, and 4 solid core with ground/faceted pontils. Ranging from 9/16" to 1 1/16". Likely German, early 20th c. 9th item: One (1) opalescent marble, likely Akro Moonie or Christensen Agate co. Moon. 3/4". 10th item: One (1) Akro Agate co. Silver Oxblood swirl marble, 5/8". 11th - 12th items: Two (2) Alley Agate co. flame swirl marbles having opaque white bases with transparent orange and red swirls, 5/8" and 11/16". 13th - 17th items: Five (5) patch marbles, including 3 Master Marble co. Colors (orange/blue, red/yellow, orange/green) and 2 Peltier Peerless (yellow/blue, black/white). Ranging from 5/8" to 3/4". 18th - 26th items: Nine (9) non-glass marbles, including 8 hand faceted agate marbles or "Aggies" (Carnelian and black-dyed) and 1 tiger's-eye marble. Ranging from 1/2" to 13/16". 27th - 32nd items: Six (6) corkscrew swirls, including blue, red, yellow, green, Akro Oxblood. Ranging from 5/8" to 3/4". 33rd - 34th items: Two (2) marbles, including blue slag and opaque swirl. Ranging from 5/8" to 7/8". Machine made marbles likely American, second quarter or mid 20th century.
The collection of Gary Glesser of Loudon, Tennessee.
Most with wear commensurate with use. Subsurface moons or bruising to agate marbles. Surface clouding to some handmade marbles. Moderate chips, dings to early slags.