GI-85 and a GI-85A Lafayette, profile facing right. "LA FAYETTE." in a semicircle above the bust. Below "COVETRY" in semicircle above "C-T". "The letter N" is omitted On the GI-85A variant there are two and sometimes 3 circular mold marks on this side of the flask,this has led to the adding of this variant to the original charting by the collecting community.
On the obverse side an Oval frame enclosing the French Liberty Cap on a pole and a semicircle of eleven 5-pointed stars above the oval frame. Below the frame the letters embossed"S & S which stood for the owners of the Coventry Glass Factory Stebbins and Stebbins. These flasks are scarce at best and the aqua version is extremely rare.
GI-86 Lafayette bust with the profile facing right. Similar to No. 85 except "COVENTRY" is spelled correctly with "N". On the obverse the embossing is the same as the No. 85 except there are 9 stars instead of 11
GI-88. Lafayette profile facing Right the lettered embossing LAFAYETTE" in a semicircle above the bust. On the obverse side, "Masonic decoration" from the mosaic pavement, rise 2 columns surmounted by an archway with a keystone in the center; beneath the keystone a triangle and between the columns an open book with a square and compasses. There are Thirty-four bricks in the pavement. There are no Masonic emblems on the outside of the arch.This Flask was blown at the Mount Vernon Glass Works in Vernon New York.
GI-89A Bust of Lafayette like the GI-89; A semi wreath of laurel leaves from the letter"L," below bust, to the letter "E" at the right; The center leaf at the top end of each branch, has 5 leaves on each side. On the obverse side is the same embossed inscription that is seen on the GI-89. There are Thirteen 6 pointed stars forming an arch over the Masonic design like on the GI-89. This is one of 3 recorded examples of this flask ,one is in the Corning Museum and the other is in the Mark Vuono Collection.