Olive amber at top and bottom, olive green in center; mold-blown, very heavy lip, pontil mark, lead glass. Obverse: Masonic decoration; similar to GIV-1 except with certain variations in the emblems, the most noticeable being the spread of the rays and blazing sun which are larger. The beehive rests on a longer table showing all four legs. Only thirty-two bricks in pavement. Crossed level and plumb line are different. Reverse: American Eagle entirely different from GIV-1 - GIV-14, head facing left, more slender body, no shield on breast. Thunderbolt (three arrows) in its left talons, olive branch in right. Ribbon over eagle's head and crimping in a typical fold pattern. Beneath eagle large oval frame composed of thirty-nine small pearls and containing inscription "N. G. C". Edges: vertically ribbed.