Jim Beam Liberty commemorative decanter 1970
Jim Beam commemorative decanter made in 1970. On the back it has the liberty bell and the front has our country's emblem of the eagle with the arrows grasped in his talons and a banner across the front. There are 6 bronze commemorative coins on the decanter. One is Crispus Attucks and shows the flip side of the Boston Masacre in 1770, another has Alexander Hamilton and the flip side showing he was the 1st secretary of the treasry. The last shows John Hancock and the reverse side of the coin showing him signing the Decleration of Independence. Made of genuine regal china in 1970. Measures 9 5/8" tall and is in perfect condition with the original seals and labels.