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Vacor De Mexico

Vacor De Mexico began producing clay marbles in Mexico City in 1930.

Glass marble production began Iin 1934. Production was moved to Guadalajara in 1974, where they operate to this day. With this move, they scaled up operation, began making their own glass, expanded their line of different types and entered the global marketplace. Citations from the publication 'American Machine-made Marbles', might suggest they are the most prolific machine-made marble manufacture and certainly produced as wide a range of types as any other brand. They also produced a wide range of sizes including 14, 16, 17, 22, 25, 35, 42 and 50mm. Over the years, different retail lines have resulted in the renaming of some color combinations. Where possible, the earliest name version will be used here.

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