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Old 10-15-2018, 10:30 PM
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Marbles are awesome!
I have now found over 400 in 8 years of detecting.
I probably have about 50 clay ones too
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Old 10-17-2018, 11:10 AM
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Default Vacor de Mexico ? Maybe or not

As soon as I saw it, I thought “Vacor de Mexico”, which is probably the largest marble maker around. I bought a batch in an antique store in Canada about 20 years ago. They were very different looking than glass marbles I was familiar with. There were several styles and sizes in this batch and I liked them. All of them had pock marks and creases in the surface. I sent a few photos to a well known marble expert in Boston. His reply was “very likely Vacor de Mexico and not that collectible yet”. If you Google that company name, you’ll see a gallery of their marble styles. When I re-read your post from my home computer along with a larger image of your marble, my opinion may change. Anyway, it might be fun to check out that company’s web site. I’ll even edit this reply to add the link.
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Update: Hmm... Looks like the Vacor de Mexico web site is no longer working. There are however, images of their marbles online at various marble collecting & other websites and Pinterest, etc. I just took a couple pictures of a grouping of most of mine, including several designs and sizes. I including a US cent in the photos for scale. After looking again at original poster's marble and some Vacor de Mexico marbles online and my own, I think maybe you do have something different.
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