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  1. #31
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    Flask bottle #6 is a repro. The rest all appear to be the real McCoy...

    Jim G

  2. #32
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    Good job. Nobody seeing this will ever wonder what is meant by three mold anymore.

  3. #33
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    Correct those two are indeed reproductions. You've got a mix of repro/modern stuff and some NICE real and old stuff. The amber hunter/fisherman calabash flask is a nice one, and most of the aqua flasks with people/stuff embossed on them are the real deal. condition is king. Pity the old sachem barrel has the lip chips, as that definitely hurts value. Every flask with an eagle is real and pre-1870 except the really bright green one. The flask with the sheaf of wheat on it is 1850s Connecticut. You'd need a blown three mold expert on the pitcher and decanters. I THINK those are 20th century but I'm not an expert.

    Jim G

  4. #34
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    Bottle 6 is a repro. Rest are antique

    Jim G



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