GETTYSBURG SOUVENIR CUSTARD GLASS TOOTHPICK HOLDER

$50.00

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Item Code: 635-91

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This small glass is made of a milky white glass with a stippled edge at top touched with gold paint. The item meas. approx. 2.25 inches high and 2.00 inches across the bottom. The base has a decorative band of gold paint. Above this is a raised band with evenly spaced dots of orange paint. One side has painted lettering that reads “GETTYSBURG, 1863” in one line. This lettering is done in orange colored paint between two raised bands.

The bottom is marked on the bottom with an “H” inside a triangular design; it is difficult to see and we could not get a good photograph of it. The glass is in excellent condition with no chips or cracks.

These are not often seen.

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