Posted 1 year ago
Three hip flasks total were left in grandmother's cabinet when she passed away. One photo didn't turn out but is a tall silver-looking metal flask, 7 or 8" tall with the screw top on. On the bottom is stamped: James Dickon&Sons. Sheffield. Made in England. 1417. 12 ozs. The shorter glass flask in photo says "made in Germany" on the bottom of leather case. The photo of the tall flask encased in leather does not bear any marks, as far as I can tell. The camera set and lenses appear to be in good shape. Grandmother was born in Canada and had father and grandfather of some distinghishment.