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Marble King Marbles

Marble King Inc. (1949-present) started when it bought out Alley Agate. The original plant was destroyed in 1958, and certain types of marbles were discontinued after the mid 1960s. Their most collectible marbles are their patch and ribbon variety known as "Rainbows", a patch and ribbon marble. Those of two non-white colors are most valued and have been given names such as "Spiderman", "Green Hornets" and "Watermelons" by collectors. Some of the rarer combinations are worth hundreds of dollars. Marble King still makes Rainbows, but after the 1960s, the New Rainbows had only a single ribbon around the equator, giving the appearance of two polar patches.
Marble King Patch and Ribbon Rainbows: Bumblebee Cub Scout Wasp

Marble King Patch and Ribbon Rainbows: Bumblebee Cub Scout Wasp

These three vintage Marble King patch and ribbon marbles are among the more popular and recognizable of the Marble King Rainbow line. The two-color...
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Marble King Patch and Ribbon Rainbows: Common Types

Marble King Patch and Ribbon Rainbows: Common Types

The red, blue, and green patch and ribbon on white base marbles were the mainstays of the Marble King Rainbow line during the 1950s and 1960s....
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Vintage Marble King Tiger Rainbow, wet mint

Vintage Marble King Tiger Rainbow, wet mint

This is a vintage Marble King patch and ribbon marble. It is orange and black, a two-color no-white marble commonly called a Tiger rainbow. This...
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