Jeff and Holly Noordsy

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ITEM 8821. PITKIN-TYPE FLASK, 36 ribs, ribbed and swirled to the right, bright moss green, pontil scar, 5 ¼"H, sheared and fire polished mouth, mint. New England, probably blown at a Hartford County, CT Glass House, 1790, 1820, scarce color.

This exceptional Pitkin-type flask excels in all regards, exhibiting unusual color, boasting a tremendously bold impression and displaying a pleasing array of tiny seed bubbles. The flask is of attic quality, with no damage or wear the high points and as shown, it presents itself beautifully.


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