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This bottle also

This bottle also has the early variation of an applied mineral finish, even though the crudity makes it somewhat difficult to determine exactly what the glassmaker was trying to achieve. This is about as late as pontil rods were generally used on bottles but shows that they indeed did see use well into the s on some items.

They all have pontil scars - either glass-tipped or blowpipe types - indicating early manufacture. They knew that the many built-in checks and balances were the only ways to keep the newly constructed American ship of state from foundering or running aground. They knew from the get-go that putting such a meretricious political principle into governmental practice was nothing more than a disaster-in-the-making.

Popularity apparently waned by the beginning of the Civil War early s and it appears that very few if any were made after that time. Though variable, the reverse side of these flasks usually have a flying eagle with a ribbon banner in its beak pictured in the next section on calabash bottles.

Thus they are not covered. The real peril associated with this very common predicament emerges when unjust or immoral laws are put into effect.

This is about as late as