Read on and see what you think! This is a re-posting of a piece I found a few years ago. So what makes it special? Here is a list:
1. This piece has a green, aqua, and amber coloring throughout - a tri-tone piece. Obviously the amber was added to an aqua piece and this produced the green areas.
2. By under-lighting it I also found quite a bit of milk swirling in its outer and inner skirts.
3. It also has a small rock included.
4. It has the error BBOOKFIELD embossing.
5. The really unusual part -- the embossing is very unusual because not only does it possess a very strong ghosted embossing that is sometimes better than the actual lettering, but the ghosted word is
The ghosting should have been "ROOKFIELD", but since this piece is also a "BBOOKFIELD" error embossing, the ghosting may actually have created a unique 'BOOKFIELD" embossed piece!
I have jokingly labeled this as a CD 152 (F-Skirt) [arc] BOOKFIELD / BBOOKFIELD in green-aqua-amber!
 for the original posting.