Some more 143's

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Some more 143's

Postby magic170 » Tue Feb 05, 2013 8:09 pm

Following Mr. Pocha lead here are a few 143's that I have always enjoyed. The first is what I would call rare is a low wire groove no emb. rounded base 143 the colour on it is what I would call very vibrant blue not sure what name to put on these I have only ever had 2 in this colour this is the better of the 2 the other found a new home 10 years or so ago in the low three figure range.

Second are 2 no embossing whittle molds. left one is a weird colour is a sage green just above wire groove down the top portion I would call smokey grey the right one is a sagey green colour.


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Re: Some more 143's

Postby gerrypocha » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:12 am

Yes,Thanks for posting those great pics, Those are Interesting pieces I think. I obtained a blue RB Low wire groove Unembossed 143 in Blue from Mark Lauckner back in the day. I dont think they are recognized for their scarcity at all. Blues are very difficult to name i think ....
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Re: Some more 143's

Postby gerrypocha » Wed Feb 06, 2013 3:14 am

On another note those whittles seem to be always damaged on the base and wire groove,really fragile glass.Those two look in pretty good shape!
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