Shrine Camel Decanter 

(1776-1976)

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This Shrine Camel Decanter was made to commemorate the Bicentennial of the United States in 1976.  It is a whiskey decanter and the camels head pulls off to pour yourself a toast to our 200th Birthday.  Camels have a notorious reputation for "Kissing & Spitting".  This one looks like a Kissing Camel... after a few drinks you can find out for sure!!!

A special "Thanks" to Mrs. Joy Cook of St. Petersburg, Florida who was a secretary for the Recorder of Kosair Shrine Temple for 25 years in Louisville, Kentucky.  Thanks Joy!

 

         

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