From left to right, we have a smoky and milky CD 113 Hemingray , a CD 106 Hemingray  with amber swirls and a milky CD 106 Hemingray .
The CD 113 has a small base chip removing one drip and chipping two others. It's a nice blue aqua with milk and a touch of snow and a tiny flea bite on the dome. The middle CD 106 has a cool amber streak as can be seen in the photo, but it also has quite a bit of base damage, and all of the drip points are damaged, and it has one tiny flake on the upper wire ridge. The price you pay for character, sometimes! The CD 106 on the right has 9 chipped drips and one removed, and a tiny flake on the upper wire ridge, but it has a lot of nice milk swirling throughout the piece and displays very near mint.
At the end of the auction, ALL proceeds should be sent to Bill Meier - all will be donated. We'll end this auction on Sunday, September 18 at 8:00 p.m. central. We'll pick up shipping and insurance for the winning bidder.
GIVE TIL IT HURTS, FOLKS! I guarantee that they're hurting more than we are. I just finished watching the concert/telethon on TV, and they really can use our help.