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    Spring Garden Glass Works Log Cabin Flask. 6.25" high aqua-tinted one-pint flask. The front of the flask has a tree without leaves and a log cabin. The back is embossed with an anchor in the center with a riband reading "Spring Garden" above, and below, another riband that reads, "Glassworks". No chips. Lots of bubbles and straw marks as common for this type of flask. Made in Baltimore circa 1850-1855, per George S. McKearin in his landmark reference book.


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    Auction Dates
    May, 2017
    13th Saturday
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