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Item FL424, Similar to GII-26, Eagle – Eagle, the differences are as follows; the base has a recessed oval similar to type 13 whereas the GII-26 has a type 6 base, the ribbons on both sides are forked at the end but not pointed, each fork widens and is squared off at the end. Moonstone, Quart, solid pontil, sheared lip, almost perfect with a few tiny spots of high point wear. We believe this mold to be very rare and the color is very rare for this type flask, also a solid pontil scar is very unusual on any flask, altogether an extremely rare and unusual flask, probably Pittsburgh PA circa 1850, Sold

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