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I find a lot of fruit preserving jars with the patent date on the bottom but I never saw one this big.
The champagne bottle look cool but after washing it off probably 50s or newer.
The ball has some nice bubbles in it but I think I'm wasting my time cleaning and storing Ball mason jars
 

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Once you get to know them a little you see the more common ones and recognize them. When you don't, do a little online research or ask the group. I like the bible price guide of fruit jars--The Red Book :cool: . It tells all you need to know and a little bit more. Then you can decide if your fruit jar find is worth cleaning time and storage or sell with little effort.

Hey RIBottleguy,
I can tell you have that frugal, New England Yankee blood in you that arm wrestles Mother Nature's regionally rocky soil for almost every intact bottle. When you get a decent one you smile like a kid caught with his hand in the cookie jar. Keep smiling.:D
 

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