Ball Quart Jar Rare Blue Vintage Mason with Zinc Lid and Gasket
My friend's mother-in-law passed away and she gave me 2 mason jars since she knows I do crafts. These are too big for my crafts although I could make them into a lamp I suppose???? So I did some research and decided to sell these instead.
I did some research and I believe this was made between 1910-1923 Here's the info I found:
Look for the dropped A. Between 1910 and 1923, the A in the word Ball had an ascender at the beginning that looked like it should connect with the B. Because the B and the A don't connect, this called the dropped A.
At this time, Ball also adopted the 2-L style logo, where the decorative loop on the end of the name was dropped.
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Make sure to view pictures carefully, so there is no misunderstanding.
Please notice the gasket is cracked. I did not want to ruin things so I didn't even try to open the bottle.
The number on the bottom is 7. According to my research (Ignore the mold number on the jar. Many Ball mason jars have a number printed on the bottom of the jar, but this is a mold number that does not indicate the year of production. Rather, the mold number tells you where the jar was positioned on the glass-making machine that was used to produce it. Mold numbers are generally a number between zero and 15, and they'll sometimes have a letter included as well.)
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