Hey AJ - Here is the jar

Wangan

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This is the Golden Tree syrup jar I dug in a TOC dump.AJ,I know you said it had a certain neck type name but I can`t remember what it was.Thanks for your help.

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One of the forum moderators mentioned that everyone should describe all the embossing on your bottles because sometimes its hard to read,like this one is.So,for anyone who is curious,this jar reads:(on the front)

Golden Tree
brand
SYRUP
made from
granulated
and
maple syrup
copyrighted
1907
It reads on the back if you lay it down:

New England
Maple Syrup Company
Boston
 

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Hey T.
That would be a beaded neck seal,screw type.Hope that helps.
How much fluid does your jar hold?
Is that the correct lid? Anthony
 

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Thank you AJ.I will be sure to write that down this time.[8|]The jar holds 20 ounces if you fill it up to the neck.That is an Olive jar lid I put on it for looks.I looked around the dig area for the lid,but it would have been pretty bad,unless it was Zinc, if it was there as were all the other metal items.Thank you again for your help.
 

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Have you tried a mason lid on that baby?Maybe a midget lid?
Hey,how come you're not at work???Me? I'm ditching today[;)]
 

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I have a Mason lid but it is too deep for this jar.A Midget wasn`t that thin either was it?Im on a 12 hr. shift where I only work 3 or 4 days or nights in a row.Shift work sux but I get 7 days off in a row every month.Right now my schedule is Fri.,Sat.,Sun. days with today off and Tues.,Wed.,Thurs.nights and then the week-end off.I work 2 week-ends and have 2 week-ends off per month.
 

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This is for Ajohn and Wangan, especially You are right ajohn about it being a beaded neck seal, screw type. But, the bead was started on jar finishes and a lot of narrow neck bottles because it was needed to hold the parison when it was transferred to the final blow mold. When the mold closed; the transferred parison rested on the top of the mold neck edge. It hung there while the blowhead was set on top of the finish and the final blow air blew the parison out to contact the mold cavity and bottom plate surfaces.
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Hello all,...
Red,....great and informative info (as usual) on the glass blowing process,....I just wanted to chime in w/ this pic...Sorry for the dusty bottle and such,.....and I wasn't even sure it was the same company till I went and dug out (no pun intended) the bottle[:D]......Hope you don't mind me adding these on to your post Wangan.....

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