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Tom and Jerry Cartoon Jelly Jar Glasses 1950s Cartoon on 1990s Jam Jars Welch's Jelly Jars Drinking Glasses Anchor Hocking Vintage Glass

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Tom & Jerry Cartoon glasses made by Anchor Hocking for Welch's. Two "Tom" glasses with Tom surfing the waves in his polka dot swim trunks. These measure approx. 4" tall and 3" across the top. The colors are gray, black, and white. These glasses were made in the 1990s, probably 1994 if that's what the number on the bottom refers to and if I'm reading it right (see photo.) One glass might say 89 instead of 94, but they're hard to read. Welch's is painted on the glass around the bottom.

No chips or cracks, just a couple of cute glasses for morning juice or night time milk.

The embossed bottom looks like Anchor Hocking (The Anchor symbol) with the numbers 5, 94, 14

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Tom and Jerry Cartoon Jelly Jar Glasses 1950s Cartoon on 1990s Jam Jars Welch's Jelly Jars Drinking Glasses Anchor Hocking Vintage Glass

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