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    Norwood's

    The Norwood's Tinct. V. Viride is a strange example to be in the color section. The glass is clear flint, which in itself is an unusual thing for this time period. But in the clear flint is a definite pink blush. The base photo shows the pink tine the best.
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    Wow, with that color, do you think it was gold they used as the coloring agent?



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