McKearin ID help please

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timeinabottle

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The only historical flask I own and I don’t know the McKearin number for it. I’ve had this for close to 30 years now! It’s a Pittsburg double eagle, I believe it to be a rare color: that being a true light amethyst, and it’s about 5 or 6” tall. No Pontil. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
 

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Nice one. the very top of it looks pretty smooth. LEON.
 

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Yes-it is. Is that good or bad on flask’s? I’m assuming good.
 

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The flask is McKearin & Wilson GII-126. Yes, a scarce coloration I believe though it came in at least 8 other colorations according to McK & W.
 

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