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Bicentennial Ball Mason Jar Set

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1976 Eagle Embossed Jars
The roots of the Ball Glass Manufacturing Company go back to 1880, when Frank and Edmund Ball of Buffalo, New York, purchased the Wooden Jacket Can Company. Originally the brothers manufactured metal cans wrapped in wood, but when John L. Mason's 1858 patent for a fruit canning jar expired, the brothers prepared to move into glass. By 1884 the first Ball jars as we think of them today were produced, and in 1888 furnaces were fired at a new plant in Muncie, Indiana. Between 1888 and 1961, the company made more than 41 million canning jars, which is just one reason why the words “Ball” and “Mason” are virtually synonymous today.

The Bicentennial Ideal jars are replicas of those produced between 1930 and 1962 with the addition of the embossed American eagle. This set consists of a 2-quart, 1-quart, 1-pint, and 1/2 pint. The half-gallon jar measures 9.5" tall and 4.5" in diameter. The quart jar measures 7.5" tall and just over 3.5" in diameter. The pint jar measures 5.5" tall and just over 3" in diameter. The half-pint jar measures 4" tall and just over 3" in diameter. These jars would make a splendid addition to your collection for use or display!

The set is in excellent condition. I've replaced the seals with new stock. They look great on a countertop used as cannisters.

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Bicentennial Ball Mason Jar Set

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