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Square 'G' Mason???

coreya

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Apr 30, 2007
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according to the latest red book the pints are 4-6 and the quarts are 2-4 and that's probably on a real good day! They are still good for the intended use however. LOL
 

A-haul

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Nov 15, 2020
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Thank you for getting back to me on these. I frequent estate clean outs, and come across quite a variety of vintage items. Do you happen to know much about German Beer steins?
 

coreya

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Apr 30, 2007
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Summerfield, Fl
A little bit on the steins but the best advise I can give is post pictures. Most steins I run across are tourist type and really not worth the effort but on rare occasion have scored a metlach or other such regimental stein.
Here is an old pic of some of mine,

collection (1)-1.jpg
 

UncleBruce

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Aug 22, 2012
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Show Me State (Missouri)
A little bit on the steins but the best advise I can give is post pictures. Most steins I run across are tourist type and really not worth the effort but on rare occasion have scored a metlach or other such regimental stein.
Here is an old pic of some of mine,
I see a slight problem with your steins... they are empty... ;) o_O :cool:!
 

jarsnstuff

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Aug 28, 2004
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California
Tammy it has been 15 years since you have posted about this Square G Mason jar. Do you still see these jars being $4-8? These jars are still a world war 2 era item however they are just clear. I stumbled upon roughly a hundred of these at an estate clean out.
Unfortunately, they're still in that same price range. If they come complete with the G in square glass insert and metal screw band AND you can get them cheap enough, ($.50-$1.00) it could be kinda fun to buy/sell/trade on the lower end of the market, but I wouldn't do it to make a living. I have a few in my collection, would be willing to buy a pint Square G or any size of the wide mouth version. I have both pint & quart of the Glenshaw G (in square) Mason. At one time I lived in Louisiana and had the same kind of thing happen with Knox jars, so I know your dilemma!
 

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