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Hundreds of slight variations in shape, size, lettering font, glass color, base markings, etc., exist, and this particular type of jar presents a wide field of study for fruit jar collectors and glass historians.Typically, they were made in half pint, pint, quart, and half-gallon sizes.As mentioned earlier in this article, most Ball-produced jars are typically found with a mold number ranged between 0 and 15, so naturally some percentage of them will carry the number “13”.
On some jars, the word “Ball” is underlined, on others, not.) if you are “into” studying fine differences in these jars ….somewhat akin to the practice of collecting coins and comparing their minor “mold” or “die” variations.The underline may be very long, or heavily “looped”.See this chart (courtesy Minnetrista.net) showing logo variants at the following link.
The “LOGO 5” and “LOGO 6” are the two most frequently seen on older (aqua or Ball Blue) BALL PERFECT MASON jars: How to Date a Ball Jar Most of the typical Ball Perfect Mason’s are marked with a mold number between 0 and 15 on the bottom.