Item FL382, GIV-34, Masonic Emblems - Large Sailing Ship / "FRANKLIN" - "FREE TRADE AND SAILORS RIGHTS", "KENSINGTON GLASS WORKS PHILADELPHIA" on sides, aqua, Open Pontil, Pint, sheared lip, bold embossing, pristine perfect condition. A great example of this scarce flask, made at the Kensington Glass Works in Philadelphia in 1826 to 1828 Sold

Note: In 1812, England was blockading United States ports and forcing United States sailors to serve on British ships. In June, 1812, the United States declared war on England flourishing the slogan "FREE TRADE AND SAILOR'S RIGHTS".