Chalice or Monti?

Gdel

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Does anyone know what this is? Got it as a $20 mystery frag. Sorry for the bad photo. It does have a hard vs soft body. So maybe not a Chalice.
 

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Definitely neglected… what throws me off is that my other chalices have a more “meaty” body while this one is somewhat thin when you inspect it closely. I guess I’ll just see how it develops. Hopefully it’ll survive. Thanks….
 

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It's does appear to be a stunner and it's not happy. When chalices are "upset", they tend to deflate a bit and the underlying skeleton really shows through. Hollywood stunner is always going to be on the "thinner" side because that's just how they are but once it gets settled, you won't be able to see as much of the underlying skeleton.
 

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I just dipped it in Bayer and then Iodine. Hopefully it’ll perk up in a day or two.. thanks again everyone!
 
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