American Toy Marble Museum

                                                                                           Lock 3 Park, Downtown Akron, Ohio

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    THE MARBLEWORKS AS SEEN IN APRIL 2008

    View from M.F. Christensen's bedroom window


    The M.F. Christensen & Son Company's Toy Marbles ~ Present Day Marbleworks  ~ Sign Petition Here


    In the rafters, archaeologist Brian Graham discovers a mint condition, 3/4" royal blue onyx, with a beautiful design feature that looks like "@"

     

    The foundation of the marbleworks day tank, a multiple crucible glass furnace.

     

     

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