Eagle character jug produced in the United States circa 2000 for Harley-Davidson. The Harley Davidson Eagle logo was plastered on all gas tanks in the 1930s. The screaming eagle design represented the company taking the performance of their motorbikes to the next level with increased acceleration and improved passing power. The other reason for introducing this eagle design was that sales of the company dropped during the Great Depression, so the company introduced a new Harley-Davidson gas tank emblem to boost their sales. Riders were in awe of this design. The eagle animal design represents American patriotism, fearlessness, strength, and tenacity - which explains their motorbikes and the riders who use them. The eagle's bandana forms the handle of the jug.