Antique Glass Whiskey Flask Army Late 1890s E Packham Junior & Company Manufactures

Up for your consideration is a very rare antique whiskey flask from the late 1890s that is in excellent condition. The label is under glass. The flask was probably for some commemorative event which is not mentioned on the label. This antique glass flask has a smooth base with the original metal cap. The flask is in the shape of a canteen used in the Army. There are two metal holders that are used to tie the rope to . The holders are fit into two holes in the flask, then the metal clips are squeezed together to hold the rope. There is a U.S. inscribed into the flask on its back that have been painted red. The screw on lid looks to be original. There is no damage to the lid or the screw part of the glass. The flask is 4 inches by 5 inches and 1 inches thick. The bottle was made by E. Packham Jr. & Co Mfges Baltimore, MD. purchased at an estate sale about 20 years ago.

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