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Thanks Coreya! Do you have a link or a source for that info?
(1) Did the Hazel-Atlas jar company ever make jars that actually looked like the Atlas "mason" jars that consumers see today when they purchase spaghetti sauce, etc? As pictured below.
Jarden (now part of Newell Brands) owns the licence to sell machine jars under the names of Ball, Bernardin, Kerr and Golden Harvest.
Does anyone know what company or companies actually produces...
Congratulations on the new site and thanks for all your hard work; looking forward to enjoying and using the site for many years to come.
Found answer to ceased production. It appears Bernardin was the last man standing as far as making the size goes, and that they ceased production in 2000 / 2001. (( Rosenbatt, Joseph. Commodity...
Can anyone point me to any research that's be done into how / why 70 mm and 86 mm won out as the two standard mason jar mouth sizes in North America? I'll keep on Googling but haven't come up with...
Hi all My questions are about the gem mason jars that were made in Canada, that have a mouth width of 78 mm. I know that Jarden / Bernardin attempted to cease production on the lids in 2003 but gave...
02-15-2009, 10:23 PM
Ah so the punched out holes that spell B 03 54 mean 1954! Okay, thank you very much everybody. Much obliged!
02-15-2009, 10:00 PM
Ah sorry, she didn't provide me with a photo of the actual bottom.
02-15-2009, 09:55 PM
final pic that I have. Hope this isn't too many to upload, don't want to get in trouble.
02-15-2009, 09:54 PM
02-15-2009, 09:53 PM
another photo (says I can only upload 1 "files" per msg, so will post the others separately.
02-15-2009, 09:37 PM
I am trying to help someone date an Amer Picon bottle.
If anyone is able to help with the approximate era of it, I'd be much obliged.
A photo of the bottle to be dated is at the end of this...