Can you ID these apples?


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These are growing in my yard, I’ll
See if I can post a picture. The fruit is pretty crisp and a little sweet but otherwise kind of bland. They’re rather waxy around the skin and appear to get red stripes around the tops as they ripen, not sure if they’re fully ripe yet though.

I can’t seem to post a picture..?
 
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Oh. Here we go;
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I can't tell. Those apples look like so many different varieties I've seen. Have you ever seen ghost apples? They look like this-- https://external-content.duckduckgo.com/iu/?u=https://tse1.explicit.bing.net/th?id=OIP.pKMYlho0jB5MqGF_nM7CCwAAAA&pid=Api&f=1

Thanks for the reply. I don’t think those are it — I’m fairly sure mine aren’t totally ripe yet, but some of my friends said they might be gravenstein
I've seen and eaten gravenstein apples in CA. They are sweet, crisp, very large, and delicious! Our house was right next to a large apple orchard. Maybe these are small gravensteins?
 

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