While marble making and marble games have been around since the Bronze Age, it's only been since the 1890s that glass and clay marbles have been made in the United States -- specifically, in and around Akron, Ohio.
American marble collectors actually have three Akronites to thank for their colorful toy creations. They include S.C. Dyke, the first manufacturer to mass produce clay marbles; James Harvey Leighton, who mass produced hand-blown glass marbles; and Martin Frederick Christensen, who patented the first gadget for creating machine-made glass marbles.
Now you can celebrate the fun and colorful playthings every time you prepare an envelope for the mail! Just choose Marble Collection Address Labels from CheckAdvantage, and be sure to complete your order with a set of matching personal checks.
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