1974 - 33rd Degree Clevenger Bros. Flask



This 1974 - 33rd Freemason decorative flask is a reproduction of an older Masonic flask that was made by Clevenger Brothers of South Jersey Glass.  This glass flask is in wonderful shape complete with the original box and text insert describing the manufacturing details (see pictures above). The front contains the double-headed eagle emblem associated with the Northern Masonic Scottish Rite.  The back is inscribed with “Supreme Council, AASR, NMJ,Atlantic City, 1974.  I attempted a pencil rubbing of the back and front of the flask in a picture to show detail that may be difficult to see on the actual flask given the difficulty of photography of glass.  A sticker of the manufacturing company remains on the side.





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