MCCORMICK BAT MASTERSON DECANTER *MINT*This decanter was produced by McCormick Distilling in 1972 it measures approx 14"tall. William Barclay "Bat Masterson (November 26, 1853-October 25,1921) was a legendary figure of the American Old West. He lived an adventurous life which included stints as a buffalo hunter, U.S. Army scout, avid fisherman, gambler, frontier lawman, U.S. Marshal, and sports editor and columnist for a New York newspaper. He was the brother to lawmen James Materson and Ed. Masterson. This decanter comes in it's original styrofoam packaging--was purchased as an empty, as you can see the head (stopper) has never been placed in the decanter, except temporarily for these pictures. This is in absoulte *MINT* condition and has a serial number of 5828 on the attached tag. The side says this was replicated from the authenic painting in the Overland Hotel, in Reno, Nevada. I do my best to give you an accurate description of the item and list any flaws that I might see. All sales are final! Payment Information: I accept Pay Pal (If sold internationally this is the only form of payment we accept), Will also accept money orders and cashiers checks from USA buyers only! Check out our store for additional items you might be interested in. We try and add new items every couple of weeks so check back often or better yet add us to your favorite sellers list. THANKS FOR LOOKING!!!!
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