NATIONAL No. .909 (OMN) by National Glass Co. (Model Flint Glass Works), c. 1901
• AKA: Broken Pillar and Reed; KISMET (OMN)
ALSO: National/McKee and Bros. Works

NOTE: Sid Lethbridge: The 1900 Pitkin Brooks catalog shows a page of this pattern with the name Kismet. This firm used the OMN almost exclusively with rare exceptions. So it looks like Kismet is an OMN for this pattern when made/sold by McKee and No. 909 was the OMN for it when made/sold by Model Flint. The questions now become - did National move the line from McKee to Model or vice versa and why did they change the pattern number/name
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