Log Cabin Flask

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Object Name: 
Log Cabin Flask
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H: 20 cm
Not on Display
Primary Description: 
Amber glass; mold-blown; applied broad collar, circular depression in base. Obverse: in form of cabin with gable roof; tall door with latch; window with four panes at right; over door small four-paned window and similar window above the large window. Reverse: plain. Ends and roof: on one end "E. G. BOOZ'S/OLD CABIN/WHISKEY"; on other end "120 WALNUT ST/PHILADELPHIA". Roof over obverse "E. G. BOOZ'S/OLD CABIN/WHISKEY"; reverse roof "1840". That part of roof on each side which does not contain the inscription in marked off by squares; beveled ends.
McKearin Antiques, Source
The Booz Bottle: Real vs. Repro (1989-11) illustrated, p. 11; BIB# 37997