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jumbo peanutbutter

LC

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Mar 17, 2007
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The dump I dug mine out of was an active village dump when I was a kid Mike, built my first bicycle out of junk parts from it . Ah , the good old days . Some advice to youngster who try and do the same , make it a point not to forget the brakes , liked to killed myself on mine on its maiden run .................
 

#1twin

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May 25, 2006
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Biloxi Ms
judu, If your jar is a 1 lb jar, as it appears to be, it is one of the more common one's listed at $4-$6 in the Red Book #10. That is without the lid. All the others are higher in price. Maybe you can locate some of the tappered one's and smaller one's. I recently got 3 out of one pit so you should be able to find more. I'm trying to find out what my 4 1/4 oz one is worth, because it is the only one I have, not listed in the book. Good luck on your return dig[:)] Marvin
 

judu

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Jul 7, 2009
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greenville sc
hey mike, the jar i have has lines all the way around and no place for a lable..thanks for all th einfo, really cool to learn about this jar...hey marvin, what is the "redbook"?..is thata reliable guide, and if so, how do you get one....
 

#1twin

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May 25, 2006
765
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Biloxi Ms
I just got my Red Book in the mail last week. It's a great book on jar price's. It cost $40 and is well worth it. It has a site REDBOOKJARS.COM. You should be able to order one from there. Good luck digging, Marvin
 

cyberdigger

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Nov 29, 2008
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NJ
Is Jumbo Peanut Butter a southern brand?? Anybody digging them up north?? I never even heard of this brand before..[>:]
 

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