Help with value or ID on some marbles

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embe

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The glass German marbles from the same period are more collectible so I'd keep looking. Especially after a heavy rain
 

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Oh we will!! Just the sheer amount we found this year, without looking very hard or long (mainly because it's hot as Satan's sauna down here)
 

Crowmofo76

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Thanks so that's clay?? Cuz it looks and feels like glass?
I have a couple clay one also and yes they do look and feel like glass
 

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Any glazed clay marbles (Benningtons) that touched each other when fired develop the eye. Fired in a pile this was common on these types.
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