I have only had one other example of this scarce to rare CT flask… this is the GIII-5 Cornucopia / Urn flask, pint, Coventry CT 1830s. This flask is not only tough to get, but this is a stellar example. It is noted by the recessed circular marks on each side (seen strongly in the Urn). This example is a yellowish amber color, lots of bubbles, sheared top, and an open pontil base. Just a touch of wear, but really a killer example. I have seen these sell as high as $1200 at auction when they are available.