J.F. Cutter (t-46 Variant C) or the one with the star on the base.
This J.F. variant is interesting in that it comes in a very nice range of color for a late 1870's/early 1880's fifth. From very dark amber through light yellow amber, and sometimes in this nice greenish yellow amber. Is that yellowish green amber or greenish yellow amber, ??? I don't know! It is so hard to tell how green a fifth is without comparing it to other green fifths you are familiar with. The comparison made with an amber fifth is an good indication that the bottle does have a strong greenish color. Also the bottle looks to be in great condition. Some light whittle, with some nice glass texture noticeable below the embossing.
In viewing bottles over the past 30 years, it seems to me that the older, Variant A star in shield Cutters,(pointed A) are the ones that are sometimes seen in the best "green" coloration. These Variant C bottles seem to fall just a click or two short on the *GreenOmeter*