Hello again everyone. Today i'm looking for a little help with the date of this jar. Yes I know, its not a bottle, but I figured somebody would know something. I found this around an old brick yard from the early 1900s that was in operation until 1965. I was digging Pepsi bottles from the 70s and 80s and this one stuck out like a sore thumb. It was buried in the side of a partially dried up creek bed right at the base of the mountain that comes down into this old clay mining town. It had part of the lid and was wrapped in a bit of tin foil, which leads me to believe someone had hid money or possibly something else they didn't want anyone to find in it, but whatever it was, it was gone as the lid and foil had rusted and ripped away. Anyway, I was looking for ways to date the jar, and couldn't find any reliable sources that had the info I was looking for. What i did read told me that the Hazel-Atlas company was in business until around 1964 when most of the factories were sold. It also told me that the Strong shoulder was one of their later designs and that it was completely machine made, which is why it would have such a noticeable crease. However, I also read about the many reproductions and fakes. When I looked at pictures, I saw that most of the ones others have are rounded towards the neck and threads. So my question is, does anyone know if this is real or a fake, and if it is real can you give me an idea of the time?