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My Historic Flasks collection is being cataloged

Steve/sewell

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Hello all,I have been cataloging my Historic Flasks collection the past couple of days getting them ready for uploading into my new website and thought I would share with you some of the bottles in the collection that haven't seen the light of day in some years now. First up is this Keene New Hampshire half pint PW / KEEN Sunburst flask. [attachment=P1140194 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1140195 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1140196 (Large).JPG]
 

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Next is this Masonic Flasks from Thomas Caines Phoenix Glass Works in South Boston This is the GIV 28 Masonic / Masonic pint flask in a pretty aqua blue color. The Masonic markings on the flask were cut into the mold sharply. The Flask has unique ribbing down the sides of the flask beginning at the shoulders. This flask was likely made between 1824 and 1830. [attachment=P1130170 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1130172 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1130173 (Large).JPG]
 

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T W Dyott Kensington Glass Works GI_96 Benjamin Franklin/Dr Dyott Quart sized Flask. This flask was made here no doubt as it is labeled to the gills and Dr Dyott advertised it as Dyott Franklin not the other way around. The next one which is quite similar I have another theory on where it came from. The GI_96 in light green aqua blown at the Kensington Glass Works between 1822 and 1826. [attachment=P1130993 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1130994 (Large).JPG] [attachment=P1130995 (Large).JPG]
 

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