How old is a Atlas Strong Shoulder Mason canning jar It is light green in color?
Atlas canning jars were made in the early 1900s-1950s. They were mass produced, therefore don't have exhorbitant value though people do collect them.
Atlas canning jars were made in the early 1900s-1920s. They were mass produced, therefore don't have exhorbitant value though people do collect them.
what is the value of an atlas strong shoulder mason jar
Unless the jar is date stamped (rare) all you will get is a ballpark date. And, that is the early 1900's.
Any Ball (Atlas or Mason) canning jar that is not a screw top is a collectible. These are no longer produced for canning. They had glass dome tops that were held down by a wire lever, and sealed with a gum-rubber sealing ring. Some screw top canning jars may be collectible items if they are no longer manufactured, or were manufactured by a company no longer in business. I still use my Atlas jars.
Mom's clear quart mason canning jars are worth around 20 dollars each. Mom's half-pint, quarter-pint and half-gallon canning jars are worth much more to the collector since they are hard to find.
The canning jar was invented by John L. MASON in the 1850s. ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Antique_fruit_jar) It's a generic term. The Ball company made canning jars under their brand.
A Mason or canning jar.
Yes, Mason canning jars are available at dry goods stores, grocery stores, and big box stores.
Midland Mason jars were made for the 1975 canning season only and to my knowledge, in quarts only. They are worth about $10 today, but are worth keeping since they will undoubtedly appreciate in value. We keep all our antique jars in service and I have one Midland jar on our canning shelf full of green beans.
Since Mason jars (also called canning jars or fruit jars) are intended to withstand prolonged boiling during the canning process, there should be no problem with them in the oven at normal cooking temperatures, below 400 degrees (F.)
The Mom's Mason jars were made in 1975. They were manufactured in Columbus, Ohio and are worth between $1.00 and $2.00.
they are 25 dollars each
John Mason patented the screw-top for fruit jars on Nov. 30, 1858.
If you are asking about Ball-brand home canning products, that business was spun off in 1993. For information on Ball jars, the Ball Blue Book and other canning products, visit the Jarden Corporation at www.homecanning.com.
There are numerous websites where you can buy canning jars wholesale. Try a Google search.
Maybe a dollar a piece US in good condition at a yard/rummage sale - if youre lucky.
as far as i know a mason jar is a jar that is typically used for canning certin foods and liguids. The jars usually have the lid that is two pieces and the top has a rubber linner inside and the other part is threaded to screw on.
The value of vintage Ball canning jars varies greatly. A Ball freezer jar is valued at $12.00. Ball clear square and round mason jars go for $10.00. A two-quart blue Ball canning jar is currently going for $24.00, while a Ball Ideal 1/2 quart aqua jar is $28.00.
They are not worth a lot, the number 1 is the size of the jar. All jars of that size will have a 1 on them.
Well, this jar would be around 2 dollars. I have 20 of them that are sitting in my basement that I found in a barn.
These are commonly known as Mason jars. Mason is a brand, but there are several others. It is a heat resistant glass jar that allows for a metal screw on ring to be used as a lid. The come with different sized opening. The wide mouth has a larger opening than the standard.
YES if you use Ball, Mason or some other type of canning Jars To"put it up in" There are many things that you can can. Just make sure to follow the directions to safely do it.
To a collector, possibly a fair amount. A blue, half gallon perfect Mason jar is 1910-1930 vintage, and there is a big collectors market in that kind of stuff. Put it on Ebay, and the best bid you get is what it is worth.
You are supposed to fill it 1in from the top of a mason jar. Then put it into a presser cooker for a hour and a half then let in set to seal. that is how to cook deer in a can!!! from the lovely chef
They are two different methods of canning at home. The first is pressure canning and the second is boiling water bath canning. Each method requires the use of Mason-style jars and lids. Specific types of canning, such as making jams or jellies, require additional ingredients including pectin. Pickled items require a specific mixture, often of salt and vinegar and other ingredients. Pressure canning is used primarily in canning meats, seafood, or other items which would… Read More
Quart size = 12.99 half gallon = 19.99 This is buy it now on eBay I get mine by the pound though so prices vary.
When canning tomatoes do they need to be covered with juice or water in the mason jar to keep for a long period?
You don't add any additional liquid to the tomatoes. They make there own juice when you cook them. Just cover them with there own juice.
Its called 'We can be strong' and its by Willy Mason.
Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George Mason, were strong proponents of the Bill of Rights. The Antifederalists were supportive of the Bills of Rights.
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Glass cracks when internal stresses is exacerbated by thermal shock. Mason jars are made of tempered glass, which is to say glass that has been heated and allowed to cool, to relieve those stresses. Mayonnaise jars are made of cheap glass. It makes sense to use Mason jars in home canning, because you can wash those mason jars and reuse them for the next harvest, year after year for half a century or more. Home… Read More
Until 1858, canning jars used a glass jar, a tin flat lid, and sealing wax, which was not reusable and messy! But in 1858, an inventor and tin smith from New York City, John L. Mason, invented the mason jar. He invented a machine that could cut threads into lids, which made it practical to manufacture a jar with a reusable, screw-on, lid. This was the difference between his design and predecessors, the sealing mechanism… Read More
Kerr is a brand of "Mason Jar" for home canning - licensed for manufacture by the same company that currently does the Ball brand jars. I have seen few differences in the basic style and sizes available with the notable exception of Kerr carrying a round wide mouth half pint (8 oz., only a couple of inches tall), while Ball has a square 'elite collection' version the same size. All use a two piece lid… Read More
The advent of canned foods not only created an industry, but it altered the average American diet, helped usher in the consumer age, and saved time. Canning, a process for preserving http://www.answers.com/topic/why-was-the-introduction-of-canning-important# (vegetables, fruits, meats, and fish) by heating and sealing it in airtight containers, was developed by French candymaker Nicolas-François Appert (c. 1750-1841) in 1809, though he did not understand why the process worked. Some 50 years later, the pioneering work of French chemist… Read More
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No, it is post-mint damage, while it might be an interesting thing to have in your collection, it isn't worth much to a coin dealer.
Canning or home canning is preserving fruits and vegetables at home in jars with lids that seal to keep them fresh. Canning is used to preserve any foods. Based on the food either a pressure canner or water bath canner are used. A pressure canner is just that, a canner that preserves food under pressure. This is used for meats and low acid vegetables - green beans, corn. A water bath is used for tomatoes… Read More
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Alfred Bishop Mason has written: 'Tom Strong, Lincoln's scout' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Fiction, History, United States Civil War, 1861-1865, Juvenile literature
First, can your tomato sauce in a pressure cooker with the glass Mason or Ball canning jars (can be bought at Wall Mart or similar store) then box them in protected wrap in the same divided box the jars came out of and ship to whom you desire.
It's worth about $20.00 depending on it's condition. The number on the bottom usually represents the number of the glass blower. The glass blower would be able to keep account of how many jars he or she blew that day... The most sought after blue mason jars have the number 13 on the bottom. It was said that most of them were broken by superstitious people who didn't want to use a jar with the… Read More
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I think they were made by Home Products. quart and pint moms jar clear value~ less than one dollar each I found this piece of info, but not sure what it relates to: RB 9 Catalog # 2198 These mom jars circa 1975 were made in Columbus, Ohio.
Caroline Atwater Mason has written: 'A woman of yesterday' 'The binding of the strong' -- subject(s): Fiction 'The spell of France' -- subject(s): Description and travel 'The high way' 'A minister of the world' 'The mystery of Miss Motte' 'A lily of France' -- subject(s): Fiction, History 'Waxwing'
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While it is possible to dice them for canning, they will become very mushy in consistency during the cooking process. It does enable more to be fitted into the jar if the final consistency isn't a problem. Try this. Par boil them until the skin splits and remove from heat. Remove the skin and quarter them. This helps to see any bad spots that may be hidden inside the tomato. I used to can in… Read More
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