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    -Atlas- Mason's Patent Jar with mixed color.

    What color is this jar? It seems to be mixed of green and brown/yellow, but the top part seems to be aqua. Any info about this would be helpful. Thanks. The top is pretty sharp, not smooth.Click image for larger version. 

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    I have righted the pics, Hopefully this helps. Looks like a blue Aqua top, an amber swirl in the middle and a greenish bottom. An unusual colour. A few pictures taken outside could also help.
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    That's how I'd describe it - aqua with amber swirls

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    I agree with jarsnstuff. Listed as RB#150, although that particular color is not listed. Olive green @ 40.00- 60.00 I would put your jar at that, maybe a little higher. Also, considered a smooth lip. I think the sharpness your describing is from the mold.

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    My input is: Aqua with Amber / Olive swirls. Quite collectible and desirable. Jim

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    Thanks so much for your input! Amazing that such an ugly jar can be worth so much more than my other pretty ones!

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    I'd hate to think you're saddled with an ugly duckling jar. Send it to me...

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    Funny. That's the highest value I've heard for any of my jars! So the ugly one stays! Of course, I like the clear ones, and broke one I'd never seen before last weekend. Sterling Mason. Hmph. It was actually cracked, which I didn't see when I picked it up, but then I washed it anyway and it broke completely.

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    Nice looking jar.



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