Cancel-x

Welcome to Bonanza!

Bonanza is a marketplace of more than 50,000 sellers selling 10 million items.

Trust_lightning

Easy

No sign-up required, fast and simple checkout

Trust_dollarsign

Price

Free shipping on millions of items

Trust_padlock

Secure

SSL encryption for peace of mind with your purchase

Trust_heart

Trust

The New York Times, Oprah, and others have raved about us since 2007

...but we think you'll like these items, too.

Rendered at 06:48:53 10/22/14
Ball_perfect_mason_square_half_gallon_fruit_canning_jar_01
See the small card with the code on it? The seller printed that out and included it in the picture to show that they have this item in their possession.
Does this picture look different than its small version did? Bonanza's "Background Burner" allows sellers to delete the background of a picture so it's easier for your eye to parse in search results. What you see here is the original picture.

Ball Perfect Mason 1940s 1950s Square Half Gallon Fruit Canning Jar

Sold
  SOLD
Priced at
$18.99
Sold by
RedbirdRidge
144 Bonanza transactions
Badge_silver_big
Returns
Accepted
100% Positive
Feedback
Experienced
Seller
Google+
Circle_delete_gray
Payment options
Shipping options
Return policy
Catalogued as

Got one like this to sell? Sell it on Bonanza!

Item details

Category
Material
Glass
Country/Region Of Manufacture
United States
Condition
Used

More about this item

      This canning jar is not a reproduction.

  Ball half gallon square canning jar, verticle embossed gripper ribs.
  Embossed logo Ball Perfect Mason.
   Zinc metal ring.  Separate glass lid, Ball mark (same type mark as jar).
  Heavy clear glass canning jar.  Verticle ribs on 3 sides.
  This square Ball canning jar was made between 1942 and 1959.
  Glass lids were still used in the 1940s.  Metal type began taking over in the 1950s.

           This jar was old when it was given to me in the early 1970's,
                   and had been used for years in canning home-grown food.
  I used jars like this to store dried peas, pasta, rice, and other staples
           as part of our country kitchen decor.
      I've also used them to hold sewing notions such as buttons and thread.
 
 The "rounded-square" shape was adopted in 1942 as a way to save glass.
   (The WWII war board required all glass manufacturers to adopt this shape
     because they determined that it was the most efficient shape to contain a volume.)

 This logo was used 1933 to 1959.
   The logo changed from "open B" to "closed B" about 1960.
   (In the closed B style, the bottom of the rounded stroke of the B touches the upstroke.)

 This dating information is from an article by Bob Clay
    on authenticating and dating Ball Fruit Jars.
             http://home.earthlink.net/~raclay/DatingBalljars.HTML
 
  Size:  about 9.25 inches tall with lid;  base 4.25 inches diameter;  
                  top rim 2.5 inches diameter; 2 quarts (half gallon) capacity.
            Heavy!  Weighs nearly 2 pounds unpacked.

  Condition:  Excellent.  No chips or cracks.  

  Shipping will be calculated for your location.
     USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation.
     Consider making more than one purchase to save on shipping.

  Choose a Freebie!  Items priced $0.00 at the end of my booth Listings.
            www.bonanza.com/booths/RedbirdRidge

  Please take a moment to read the Seller Policies section for more information.
        Click below:

 

Listing details

Seller policies
Shipping discount
Shipping weights of all items added together for savings.
Posted for sale
More than a week ago
Item number

97045509

Priced $18.99. Categorized under Collectibles >> Bottles & Insulators >> Bottles >> Modern (1900-Now) >> Jars. Material: Glass, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Condition: Used, Related Retailer: Target. This caning jar is not a reproduction. Bal half galon square caning jar, verticle embosed griper ribs. Embosed logo Bal Perfect Mason. Zinc metal ring. Separate glas lid, Bal mark same type mark as jar. Heavy c.