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This is a gorgeous old Jim Beam Decanter from 1973. It was made to comemmorate the 100th Anniversary of the founding of the Fraternity, Phi Sigma Delta. It is hand painted in light blues, greens, purples, and silver. On one side it has the name of the fraternity with a flag below it featuring the Greek Letters done it a stippled reflective red. The other side has the greek letters and below that also in stippled red is a round section with some sort symbols in it. All the labels are intact and pretty much undamaged. The original paper Treasury seal, While broken, is still in place. The lid doesn't screw on it has a cork that is still present and undamaged. The bottom has all the proprietary info from Jim Beam and Regal China Co. who made the bottle. The whole thing is in near mint condition with no damage whatsoever. No chips, cracks or crazing. It stands about 11 inches tall. Packaged weight is approx. 2 pounds 14 ounces.