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    Posted 4 years ago

    Naturlad
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    I Am Wondering If There Is Anyone That Could Possibly Tell Me About This Unique Glass Jar It Is About 8" Across With The Entire World Encircled Around It ! The Whole Jar Is Is Clear and The Top screws Off Much Simular To The Ball Canning Jars ! But After Unscrewing It It Does Not Have The Metal Cap covering The The Hole , It Is A Round Glass Piece Covering The Opening !
    Does Anyone Know Its Origin / Year And , What It Was Used For Back In The Day ? I Am Surely Curious To All Thank You !

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    1. PoliticalPinbacks PoliticalPinbacks, 4 years ago
      Presto jars were made by Owens-Illinois in Toledo 1940s through the mid-1950s
      (maybe, I'm no pro)
    2. artfoot artfoot, 4 years ago
      Pictures of bottom and threads without lid may help with identification - my sense is this is an old lid on a new jar.
    3. jarsnstuff jarsnstuff, 4 years ago
      This lid is not original to this jar. That being said, the jar is likely a product jar of some sort, maybe as early as the 1930s or as late as the 1970s. Is there a design patent number on the base? That would help narrow down the time frame somewhat.

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