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    chestnut flasks

    I posted this in another section not realizing there is a spot for "pontils only". If anyone wants to comment on these I would appreciate it. One question I have is the blue green one a rare color? i have seen many like the amber one but not many of the other. Thanks ahead for your feedback



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    Senior Member Bottle Master sandchip's Avatar
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    Beautiful examples. The blue green is killer.

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    update on this blue/green flask for anyone that may be interested. I showed this to an "expert" on chestnuts and was told it was from around 1780 and most likely a south new jersey produce flask. value 700 to 800 dollars! not bad for a $12 purchase on OfferUp. You always need to be watching!!

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    That makes it even sweeter. You done good, Dog!



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