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  1. Pictures would certainly help but you are correct...

    Pictures would certainly help but you are correct in the date range of 1920 to 30's.
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    Someone on here should be able to help after you...

    Someone on here should be able to help after you post a pic. Ball made thousands of jars & bottles besides the "canning" type jar, for fruit jars you might try this site...
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    Decorative value only in my opinion, to modern...

    Decorative value only in my opinion, to modern and less than a buck.
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    That will be hard to answer! Here is a link to a...

    That will be hard to answer! Here is a link to a pdf on the Hazel atlas Co. that will give you more than you ever wanted to know :)
    https://sha.org/bottle/pdffiles/Hazel-Atlas.pdf
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    You have the start of a nice bottle hoard...

    You have the start of a nice bottle hoard (collection ;))!!!
  6. not terrible rare and with the band & insert...

    not terrible rare and with the band & insert about 25-35
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    Probably pre 1900 with the ground lip but could...

    Probably pre 1900 with the ground lip but could be anywhere from 1890 to 1910 or there abouts.
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    it would be considered a variation of a masons...

    it would be considered a variation of a masons patent, there were numerous variations of these.
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    Yep #2094 just a worn mold.

    Yep #2094 just a worn mold.
  10. Looks like a # 1702 in the red book. What is the...

    Looks like a # 1702 in the red book. What is the size? either way a nice older jar.
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    Is there anything on the base? is the lip smooth...

    Is there anything on the base? is the lip smooth or ground? Looks like a # 2094 in the red book but the embossing looks a little strange. Pics of the base and top would help.
  12. I find the removal of historical monuments and...

    I find the removal of historical monuments and the expungement of historical facts to be akin to the book burnings done by the Nazi's but then I'm one of those deplorables who are supposed to hate...
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    Red book 12 lists both 1/2 gal & quart and...

    Red book 12 lists both 1/2 gal & quart and multiple colors. both aqua 1/2 & quart are the same value.
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    They have tons of uses! just be careful or you...

    They have tons of uses! just be careful or you will find you have more jars than uses :D

    186556
    186557
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    was not common and on this series of jars was the...

    was not common and on this series of jars was the only one and in pints only. A Red book is invaluable when collecting fruit jars!
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    That would be a # 282-6 in the red book and yes...

    That would be a # 282-6 in the red book and yes dated 1923-33. Nice find and not sure what they would bring today as my book is kinda old! but was listed at 15-20 :D
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    The original Mid West jars came with a glass...

    The original Mid West jars came with a glass insert with an M in a circle and the maple leaf insert is listed as a replacement. At least according to the references I have.
  18. 1/2 gal & green insert is rare, quarts & pints...

    1/2 gal & green insert is rare, quarts & pints not so much. As for dates just going by the reference's I have.
  19. That jar appears to be listed as a # 1327 in the...

    That jar appears to be listed as a # 1327 in the red book with a value of 10-15 for the pint or quart (older red book) but today may be less. The jar would have a glass insert like BottleDragon shows...
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    After a bit more looking I did find that perhaps...

    After a bit more looking I did find that perhaps Owens-Illinois did make some repos, Thanks Old Wiltshire for the info. Here is some info I found on these,

    "This flask was reproduced in 1973 for...
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    concentric ring flask & union co flask

    I'm trying to figure out who made these repo's as I've never seen this type of base treatment. The light green concentric ring flask has an impressed I and 1973 along with an etched 45. Its about 7...
  22. Thread: Glenn & Co. jar

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    Any picture of the embossing on the glass? Also...

    Any picture of the embossing on the glass? Also the base would help.
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    Great jars, wish there were jars like that down...

    Great jars, wish there were jars like that down here in the south. Pickings have gotten awful slim in the last couple years.
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    Sweet find! only thing better would have been a...

    Sweet find! only thing better would have been a 1/2 gal cobalt blue :o
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    Your welcome and good luck on your search!

    Your welcome and good luck on your search!
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