On others, no letters are visible. Kerr invented a smaller, flat metal disk with the same permanent composition gasket. I assume you have already searched google. Lightning jars represent an important advancement in the history of home canning and are still a part of American culture. A number of different companies did make the square style jars as the design wasn't exclusive to any one manufacturer.
Removing the soil to put grass I found the first jar. Kerr, in 1915, created a flat metal disc lid to fit onto a Mason jar to use with other canning jars. Soldiers, too, were often left on the battlefields without proper nourishment due to the lack of food-storage solutions. Many jar people attend local shows and are members of local bottle clubs. The value of square shaped jars tends to be higher than round as it seems that fewer square jars were made. Later versions after around 1936 were made in clear glass, and some usually from the 1950s in brown amber.
A collector in Michigan set an irradiated jar in a 200° oven for 2½ hours and the color disappeared. They are all clear and they all have zinc lids and 1 wire. Many old Hazel-Atlas bottle and jar bases may be found among beach glass. These are usually be found on jars made before 1858. Below against the world statistics on ebay for your ball manufacturing co.
Phillip Woolgar has been a reporter since 2008 in communities throughout western Canada. Again it looks different than later jars. Hazel-Atlas made huge quantities of jars and many of them carry a catalog number. My question is not a monetary one. Any guess as to what this might have been? Of canning jars back when john landis mason jars back in manufacturing co changed fairly frequently until 1962.
Original zinc lids for the Root masons are extremely scarce and sought after by collectors. Other 's and letters are also on the bottom. After fire destroyed their plant in Buffalo, the brothers moved their operations to Muncie, Indiana, where natural gas had been discovered. Please keep in mind these fruit jars were made by over 100 glass companies over a period of 60+ years, so there are many, many slightly different mold varieties to be found. It is of a light blueish green color and has a lot of bubbles in the glass.
I have another Civil War era jar in my collection with a metal screw lid that has two prongs protruding out of the top. The colors are usually quite dark and profound. Thank you for your patience and understanding! Fruit jars were produced with almost every kind of fastening device imaginable. Ball Brothers Glass Company purchased the Coffeyville plant in 1909 and closed it down in 1911. Kerr opened the Hermetic Fruit Jar Company, producing some of the first wide-mouth jars, which were easy to fill and empty. In 1882, Henry William Putnam of Bennington, Vermont, invented a new kind of fruit jar by adopting a bottle stopper patent by Charles de Quillfeldt.
A few rare variations do exist, however. Kerr later 1915 invented a smaller, flat metal disk with the same permanent composition gasket. Kerr Jars In 1903, Alexander H. Visitors should take action based on the information provided at their own risk, as the blog owner is not responsible for any losses, damages, or injuries, that occur as a result. Dating Atlas Ez Seal Jars In Oven Ball and Kerr. Oftentimes the same type of jar would have been made for many years. Your guess is as good as mine.
When you are buying canning jars, be careful. Of course the 1792 is not a Ball. Is the top smooth to the touch or is it rough and ground off? This allowed re-use of old canning jars together with inexpensive and easy to use disposable lids. In fact, most of them are not original, since lids were usually discarded after some time, and new ones were used. Post a new thread here: I hope this will help, Best regards, David Lisa, the majority of Hazel-Atlas tableware is unmarked. Usually these jars are either dark purple or kind of a sickly dark brown color depending on what chemical originally was used to clarify the glass.
The jars she left me are Floral Italian Cove wire bale jars. To date most common fruit jar with what i could date most common fruit jars for the atlas e-z seal jar, you. There is usually no base wear at all, no very fine scratches almost always a few will be evident under close scrutiny on older authentic jars or even a hint of damage of any kind. This two-part lid system transformed home canning safety and is still in use today. Later machine-made examples are more uniform. This is, in fact, the same system in use today.
Sometimes Crown jars have variations in the shape of the crown itself or extra embossing that makes them more valuable. Perhaps a collector who is more conversant with the Hazel-Atlas lines of mugs and other tableware can chime in? Please check out my webpage about Mold numbers and other numbers appear on the bases or heels of countless glass containers of all types. The darker and more unusual, the higher a collector will pay. They have smooth lips, are dark amber in color and have Putnam 227 on the base. The acquisition was challenged under the in a case that was eventually decided by the in. Variations of the glass lid and wire-bale scheme of the Lightning jar were produced for home canning into the 1960s.