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c1913-1914 Ball PERFECT MASON jars began appearing with the PERFECT offset to the right of the word MASON. These are not "error embossing jars" as some think. These are mainly reworked old Ball MASON moulds, where PERFECT was added to them when they changed over to the new bead seal type of jars. These are the first of the famous Ball PERFECT MASON jars, excluding the BOYD/BALL reworked moulds which have all the lettering in block letters. The embossing was centered starting in about 1915.

This particular jar has the more rare glass lid. I see these from time to time. The glass lid is actually clear, but it appears blue when it is on the jar (picture number 3 shows this). It also has the Ball logo. These pictures came out kind of dark, so please feel free to ask me to send more pictures if you would like :)

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Antique pint-sized Blue Mason Jar with Glass and zinc lid


  • Vintage item from the 1920s
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