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    • Canning jar

    • Containers; Glassware
    • This one quart size aqua glass canning jar has the embossed Ball logo, and has small imperfections.
    • Canning jar

    • Containers; Glassware
    • The Presto clear glass, wide mouth canning jar and lid were manufactured by Owens-Illinois Glass Company. The patent number is included on the lid: Pat. Re. 17562.
    • Canning jar

    • Containers; Glassware
    • This Globe amber glass canning jar, including a lid and wire bail, was patented May 25, 1886. The bottom of the jar is numbered "50."
    • Canning jar

    • Containers; Glassware
    • Patented Nov. 30, 1858, this light green glass, narrow mouth Mason canning jar is numbered "10" on the bottom.
    • Glass apothecary jar

    • Bottles; Glassware
    • The clear glass bottle with a pale lavender tint is marked "Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic." It is shaped like a flask, and contained a quinine medication to prevent and relieve malaria symptoms.
    • Glass apothecary jar

    • Bottles; Glassware
    • The narrow cylindrical bottle is light green glass with a raised inscription: "Mrs. Winslow's soothing syrup ... The Angle American Drug Co. Successors to Curtis Perkins Proprietor."
    • Glass apothecary jar

    • Bottles; Glassware
    • Manufactured using a two piece hinge mold, this brown glass bottle is embossed in a side indentation with the words "Hicks Capudine for all headaches colds, gripp, etc."
    • Glass apothecary jar

    • Bottles; Bitters; Glassware
    • This brown glass apothecary bottle is shaped like a log cabin. The roof design is marked with the product name, "Drake's 1860 Plantation Bitters."

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