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Item FL708, GII-76A, Eagle Surrounded by Concentric Rings on Both Sides, aqua, 7 1/8” high, Pontil Scarred base, Sheared lip, extremely bold embossing, has a string of potstones on the shoulder on one side, sparkling perfect condition, at two pounds it is the heaviest flask we have ever owned, all the other known examples of this extremely rare flask are a light yellowish green color. This is the only known example in aqua. A museum quality piece of early American glass, probably made at the NEW ENGLAND GLASS COMPANY, CABRIDGE MASSACHUSETTS, 1820 to 1830, Sold