|Connecticut eagle flasks: GII-62 and GII-71|
|Willington Glass Co. quart eagle flask, GII-61.|
|Willington Glass Co. eagle half-pint (GII-63) and pint (GII-62), with free blown handled jug.|
|"BY A A COOLEY HARTFORD CON"|
|Pint sunburst flask, probably Pitkin Glass Works GVIII-5a.|
Edit to add: Heckler's listed the sunburst flask as a GVIII-7 variant, and it does have two faint dots near the shoulders on the face opposite the one in the photo. It's definitely not a proper GVIII-7, though, with the circle in the center of the sunburst only present on one side, and with fairly angular shoulders that give the whole bottle an outline that's pretty close to the Coventry GVIII-3. Norm Heckler Sr. says that he didn't quite know what to make of this bottle, which probably doesn't happen very often.