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Reelpro

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Any info on rarity of these ?

I think a 1867 THE JEM, a 1880’s Eaton Crown, an original “no dot” Hamilton Crown with wrong lid does not fit, might have correct one on another jar.
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I have 2 Rutherford & CO lids. one was on a “gem” jar and the other was on a no dot crown. the crown doesn’t match yours which is all I can find in any info for Hamilton glass works, so I don’t believe it to be original. unsure if the gem belongs to the lid either as I can find such little info.

is there a good resource for Canadian jars? or is it just the red book?
 

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