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Marble Collecting Links

Buying Marbles Online

Marble Discussion Forums

Rub shoulders with fellow marble enthusiasts and the hardcore collectors. Great places to learn, discuss and even have your marbles ID’d. Online discussion forums require that you sign-up in order to participate. Once you are signed up you should always read their FAQ and “sticky” posts in their forums that describe the rules and give tips to beginners.

  • Marble Connection – Be sure to visit Steph’s study hall with its plethora of notes and images relating to all things antique marbles.
  • Jabo Land – Visit here to keep up with the latest of Jabo’s creations.

Marble Companies

There are still a few companies mass-producing toy marbles.

General Informational Sites

  • The Museum of American Glass in West Virginia – This museum celebrates WV’s rich glass heritage, a big part of which is marbles. The National Marble Museum is now part of this museum.
  • Marblealan.com – Home page of the late Alan Basinet, famous marble collector and consignor. Alan’s classic Identification Guide appears here in its full glory.
  • Joe Marbles – Features extensive high quality marble photos sorted by manufacturer, as well as articles on marble history. Site was created by the late Joe Street.
  • American Toy Marble Museum Glossary – Fantastic and authoritative glossary of marble-related terms.

Marble Makers

Marble Collectors Clubs

Other Antique Toy Related Sites

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Marble Trivia

A 'clambroth' marble is made of milk glass (hence its brothy appearance) with many thin swirl lines on the surface of various colors.