"Considering the fascinating story that goes along with this flask, I'd have to value this at 1000."
- Fact 1: Silver flasks preserve the flavor of alcohol better than other metals.
- Fact 2: The hip flask was introduced in the 18th century.
- Fact 3: Following the prohibition period of the 1920s, the state of Indiana banned the sale of hip flasks.
- Fact 4: High quality hip flasks sport an inner glass lining to preserve the flavor of its contents.
- Fact 5: Before pre-fabricated hip flasks were popularized, flasks would be made from pig's bladders or gutted fruit.