This marble has a sitting dog chalk figure, shown facing left. It has acquired the nickname "Nipper" in the collection field due to the popularity of the dog in the "Victor" Victrola advertising of the period. The marble is 1 5/8" in diameter, with very tiny interior bubbles, and 4 or 5 very light surface dings. The polished pontil is to the lower rear of the dog. The marble is in original condition, and it is not a reproduction. It is part of a German sulfide marble collection which was assembled over years of dedicated searching. This marble can be purchased separately or as part of the collection.