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COLORFUL COLLECTIBLE SET OF MARBLES.
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SEVERAL COLORS KINDS CONDITONS MARBLES IN BALL GLASS JAR..
BOX SET SPECIAL EDITION 42 MARBLES, COLORFUL COLLECTIBLE GIFT..
JABO ACE-2008 "SPECIAL" PRIVATE RUN 1 INCH, FUDGE SWIRL.. COLLECTOR INVESTMENT.
ALSO A CLASSIC SHADDOW BURGUNDY, HOLD TO LIGHT TO SEE ALL TRUE COLORS.
****2 FINE PRETTY MARBLES TO DISPLAY & COLLECT****
LARGE SCOOP BUNCH OF ASSORTED MARBLES FROM A JAR OUT OF A OLD HOUSE.
**THESE BRING A BUNCH AT COUNTRY AUCTIONS OR FLEA MARKET***
(A IDEA IS DISPLAY IN A GLASS CONTAINER FOR DECORATION)
HUGE MAMMOTH 1 1/2 INCH BLUE GLASS MARBLE, COLLECTIBLE.
**A LOT LARGER THEN MY PICTURES SHOW**
This is a Reproduction of the 1950's -1960's Marble's leather Moose & Goose sheath
It has all the same markings as the original minus the keeper strap snap stamp
Sheath will fit your Marble's knives with a 4 1/2" blade such as the Ideal, Sport, Woodcraft etc.
Stamped in the leather is the old Marble's trademark
It will make a nice addition to display your sheath-less Marble's knives
Although this is a re-pro, and a quite good one at that, it is a fact that having the original sheaths with your fixed blade knives, it can add 10% too 20% more value to the overall worth of the knife
Sheath is brand new, sealed in plastic wrap, took the pics without re-moving it from it
Super-size pics on the next page for a close-up lookie at it
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Folk's, selling & trading Marble's knives and accessories for longer than I like to admit, I have had several request's about selling other Marbles related Outing Equipment. So, I have decided to start letting a few piece's of my collection go to other Marble's collectors around the country. All of my Compasses & Waterproof Match Boxes are Antique / Vintage
Marbles compasses have been carried to the far corners of the globe. To the 1st expeditions to the North and South pole by Peary & Byrd,, too deep in the Amazon & Africa by Theodore Roosevelt...Charles Lindberg used one on the 1st trans-atlantic flight that is now displayed in the Smithsonian Institution !!!
For all of WL Marble's fame as a knife & axe maker, he thought his compasses & match box's were his greatest contributions to the sportsman. People around him often tired of him saying: No sportsman should go into the woods without a compass...No woodsman would think of it !!!
This is a Marble's 187 L Brass Wrist Compass with Pigskin Band
Has the dot thus the L for Luminous
I believe this is a 1950's made compass
Compass is stamped on the rim of case : Marbles, Gladstone, Mich. U.S.A.
It is jewled with the White Garnet bearing
Compass is in Near Mint condtion & works very well, (sticks just a little bit, a tap and she seeks north faithfully)
Please supersize pics on the next page for a close-up look at this Marble's institution !!!
HUGE 1 1/2 INCH HAND MADE SPIRAL FANCY SWIRL MARBLE-
BLUE BLACK GREEN SHOOTER WITH 6 MATCHING MARBLES-
BIG HANDFUL OF DIFFERENT PRETTY MARBLES-
Folk's, this is indeed a very scarce compass to run up on...its stamped Marble's with the Banner stamp and is one of the very 1st re-makes done when Marble's started back up in business after the Lauermans purchase of the outfit...and...it has the very seldom seen white face on the compass...combined with the Original package it was sold in...very scarce to run up on !!! Folk's, when the Lauerman's bought Marble's in 1994, before they hired Mike Stewart & started regular production of their knives & Outing equipment in 1997, they were very thoughtfull and sensitive as to how all their new equipment would be stamped...they worked closely with the Marble's Plus knife club, collectors, and Marble historians so the new Outing equipment would not be passed off as Vintage (Big $$$) and confuse collectors around the world...this compass is a piece of that hard work and thoughtfullness !!!
Marbles compasses have been carried to the far corners of the globe. To the 1st expeditions to the north and south pole by Peary & Byrd, Teddy Roosevelts expiditions deep in the Amazon & Africa...Charles Lindberg carried a Marble's Ideal, Compass, & Matchbox on the 1st trans-atlantic flight that is now displayed in the Smithsonian Institution!!! Marble's compasses were simply the prefered choice for several early explorers & adventurers mapping the planet and were world renowned !!!
This is a Marble's Brass Pin-On Short Tang Coat Compass
Compass is stamped on rim : Marble's with their Banner stamp
It was made right in Gladstone Michigan
Compass body is 1 1/8" in diameter...3/4" in height
You can see all angles of the compass in the en-larged pics on 2nd page even tho its still in the packaging
This Compass comes to ya New,Mint, in Original packaging, very, very scarce to find as there was not a large quantity of these produced...package has a few creases in it, and I have the package taped where the compass sets under the plastic dome, but al in all, wonderfull condition
BUNCH OF PRETTY DIFFERENT ASSORTMENT OF MARBLES UNCOUNTED PROBABLY 75-100 LOOKS TO BE A MIXTURE, SUPPOSE TO HAVE CAME OUT OF A HOUSE CLOSED UP IN THE 60's.. WONT BE SHIPPED IN A JAR will be in a box.
VINTAGE, MINT,USED,GLASS,STONE,BOULDER,PEE WEE,SHOOTERS,BUGUNDY,SPECKLED ROBIN EGG--NOT SURE OF ALL SIZES NAMES ETC. SOME OF EVERYTHING & JUST SOME TOGETHER-THINK THESE ARE A NICE COLLECTION FOR ANY ONE.
***START A COLLECTION WITH SOME OF EVERYTHING OR DISPLAY***
I KNOW LITTLE ABOUT MARBLES AM SELLING SOME I HAVE HAD AROUND, THEY CAME FROM FLEA MARKETS,ANTIQUE STORES , PAWN SHOPS & E-BAY ETC. OLD 1800's
BENNINGTON'S THIS IS WHAT I WAS TOLD WHEN I PURCHASED THESE..
10 OLD HAND MADE CLAY MARBLES DIFFERENT SIZES & NICE COLORS WHICH IS A LITTLE UNUSUAL.
THESE ARE MARBLES I HAVE PURCHASED FLEA MARKETS, PAWN SHOPS, E-BAY ETC. I DONT KNOW MUCH ABOUT MARBLES SIZES BRANDS ETC.
33 CLAY ANTIQUE HAND MADE MARBLES 1800's-3 SIZES-DIFFERENT COLORS. (THIS IS WHAT I WAS TOLD WHEN I PURCHASED THESE.)
MARBLES GLADSTONE, MICH. (OLD)--METAL GUN CLEANING BOX WITH ORIGINAL SLEEVE & LOOKS TO BE ALL CONTENTS INSIDE & THEY ARE MARKED WOULD BE GREAT TO DISPLAY SOME OF THEM ALONE ALSO.
MARBLES--27 COLLECTIBLE MARBLES DIFFENT SIZES CONDITIONS MINT & USED-DIFFERENT TYPES & MAKERS NOT SURE OF ALL THE NAMES OR SPEC.'s-CHECK THE PICTURES NICE ASSORTMENT.SOME SHOOTERS, SOME 1800's GOOD MIXTURE..
For sale here is a Marble's Ideal knife, with a 6" carbon steel blade. The blade is marked "Marble's". The handle is a beautiful piece of burl with brass guard and aluminum pommel. There is a light scratch in the wood on the handle. Overall knife length is just over 10". This knife is unused and unsharpened and in good condition. It comes with the original brown leather sheath, blade cover and Marble's box. Made in the USA!
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Offered here is a unique Marble's Sport 99 that is a Loveless Approved design. The carbon steel blade is 3.5" long, and etched with the "R.W. Loveless approved/W.L. Marbles" design stamp,"Marble's Gladstone, MI, U.S.A." logo, and on the reverse "1999". The handle is leather, with brass guard and aluminum pommel. Overall length of the knife is 7 1/2". This knife is in unused, unsharpened condition. It comes with the original brown leather pouch sheath and Bobcat box. Made during the Mike Stewart era, made in the USA.
Folk's back in 1904, Webster Marble designed and put his Special Hunting knife pattern into production...it was one of the few full exposed tang knives in the Marble lineup, most were full hidden tang designs, sadly, this pattern Marble knife only was made from 1904 - 1914...it was the victim of the Marble's Woodcraft that came out and was so well recieved around the world, the Special was dropped from the Marble's line of knives,,,also worth noting, a fact I dug up in one of Levines books, a very similar knife blade pattern was seen in the 1860's in old San Francisco, California, a knife pattern bulit by knife-smiths for wealthy Northern California hunters, maybe thats where W.L. Marble got his idea for his own Special ??? During Mike Stewart's tenure at Marble's, the Special was re-created both in full size as this knife, and the Mini-Special Hunter...I once saw bout 6 yrs ago at a very extensive private Marble's collection auction I attended, a Special go for I believe was $3850.00 !!! This Special Hunting knife is a very heavily constructed & hefty knife, not to mention a remarkable one with remarkable history over the years !!!
This is the Marble's Special Hunting Knife
This is truly an American Styled Bowie knife that will meet all big game chores that the North American continent can throw at it !!!
Knife is 9 5/8" OAL
Blade is 5 1/8" in length and made of 52/100 B modified carbon steel, 59-60 Rockwell C...this blade steel took several top prizes in the ABS sponsored World Cutting Championships !!!
Knife is stamped : Marble's Gladstone Mi. U.S.A. with the full Marble's address
Marble's also did something special for this knife, adding "red fiber" liners under the slab handles, never done on almost all their other knives !!! You can see them in enlarged pics
Handle is just gorgeous Genuine Buffalo Horn slabs, pinned with 3 large pins on both sides...deep lines and Super Impala Jigging on the horn slabs on both sides of this knife...blade is very heavy and .235 thousands thick !!! Knife handle has unique style to it, with a slight recess area for your 1st finger to cradle in topped off on the end with the old Marble trademark "Birds Beak" butt of the knife, ya gotta love it !!! All this together makes for a extremely well balanced, comfy knife for any and all field chores you run up on !!!
Knife comes with Marble's stamped original issue leather pouch type sheath
Knife is New in box condition
Whole package comes to ya in the Marble's Bobcat box with proper sticker on the end
Please super-size pics on next page for a close-up look at this 110 yr old pattern Marble's knife !!!
Marbles compasses have been carried to the far corners of the globe. To the 1st expeditions to the north and south pole by Admiral's Peary & Byrd, deep in the Amazon & Africa on Teddy Roosevelts expeditions,... Charles Lindberg used one on the 1st trans-atlantic flight that is now displayed in the Smithsonian Institution !!!
This is a Marble Arms & MFG. Co. Brass Long Tang Coat Compass
Compass is stamped on back spine : Marble Arms & MFG. Co.
This is a very, very, early design, only made from 1918 - 1928 in the long tang design
Compass is in good condtion (see pics) Note: it has a crack in the glass across the face, can be just a little "sticky" here & there, a little tap, and she seeks north faithfully... other than that, just wonderfull condition & works well.
It has the red garnett bearing in middle of post
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