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Marbles are small, hard balls made from clay, stone, wood, glass, steel or any other suitable material. They have been made for thousands of years and games with marbles are popular in countries around the world.

The earliest marbles were made of flint and stone and baked clay. Examples have been found in archaeological sites around the world and some of these, from Rome and ancient Egypt, can be found at the British Museum. info taken from: http://www.centralconnector.com/GAMES/marbhist.html

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The Marble Museum
Martin F. Christensen was the inventor of the revolutionary glass- marble- making- machine in 1902. By designing equipment that automated the marble-making process, glass imitation agates could be produced faster than those manufactured by Elias Greiner V



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