I can’t narrow down the date to a specific year. Indeed, those jars do fit the canning lids. G-94 was the bottle style number. Any idea on the year made? Amy, Amy, they made canning jars the entire time they were in business. This is the first bottle I have found and I will never look at bottles the same way . In general, to answer your question………. Just wondered if production only ended when they went out of business or sooner William Franzen & Sons- W F & S MIL marking on base of amber beer bottle. You might try searching ebay over a period of time, and consulting the realized prices via the “Completed Auctions” search, for average current values. or Best Offer . “ATLAS” was a well-known brand name used for many years, and although I don’t know exactly why Hazel-Atlas didn’t change the name on their jars, I would assume they felt the simple one-word brand name “ATLAS” already had such STRONG name recognition among the public that it would have been totally unnecessary and possibly ill-advised to make any change. Their first factory was in Wheeling, WV. A partial history of the Dr. C. H. Berry company is given in the report. Best regards, best regards, My guess is they may be from the 20’s or 30’s. The bottle does have the H over A stamp. GLASS FACTORY INFORMATION ~ Antique Glassware ~ Manufacturers' Marks, Logos & Emblems used by Glassmaking Companies in the USA ~ Antique Bottles ~ Fruit Jars ~ Glass Electrical Insulators ~ Tableware ~ Dating Info ~ Articles about different types of Glass, Vintage & Antique. Do you know what the lids for these jars would have looked like? Hello Wellnessclinician, I assume you have already searched google. Thanks Barbara. Your jar was made by Hazel-Atlas sometime in the 1920s-1940s, but cannot narrow down to a specific year date. Tim F Ames, IA, (1) Did the Hazel-Atlas jar company ever make jars that actually looked like the Atlas “mason” jars that consumers see today when they purchase spaghetti sauce, etc? David. Feb 9, 2016 - Many glass companies made carnival glass back in the early 1900s. David, thank you so very much for your prompt and thorough response. The Hazel-Atlas mark, usually placed on the back of the product, is an "A" nestled underneath an "H". Price guides published about collectible bottles are just GUIDES, and can only list a very, very tiny percentage of bottles known. Instead of the painted or clear glass I am seeing online, the top half is clear and the bottom half is (see through) red (a opalescent/metallic red). (?) Post a new thread here: http://www.antique-bottles.net/forum/Jars-General-discussion-f11.aspx, I hope this will help, Under that there is the number 11 with the letter L under it. Just wondering of the possible date jar could’ve been made or how do I locate information about it. Discover (and save!) The pattern on the sides is called by various terms including “quilted”, “waffle”, “grid pattern”, “squares”, “criss-cross”, “tic tac toe” etc. The ring kept the top on. Good Morning, a friend found a Hazel Atlas white ribbed Skippy peanut butter jar. Some glass bottles and insulators are so full of bubbles the effect is amazing. It states that the inventor is John S. Algeo. The “K” is probably a plant location code. The patterns made include  Aurora, Cloverleaf, Florentine No. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Loaded with hundreds of new pieces and color photographs, the book still retains its organization by categories (children's dishes, tumblers, food containers, patterns, mugs, bowls, plates, syrups), making it easy for readers to locate items. The exact cursive style changed slightly several times over the years. They produced Newport in amethyst and cobalt, with a little pink and some Platonite white and with colors. Learn the value and identify Hazel Atlas Glass, Do you The pattern piece listings are helpful. Looking for information about a quart size canning jar that has a twisted metal wire holding on the metal locking handle for a glass topped jar. The best bet is to try searching for similar bottles on ebay and check actual completed auction prices, or list it yourself and see what it brings. The company continued to operate until 1964, when it was sold to Brockway Glass Company. The jar has a wire bail to secure to top. ), Diamond Glass Company, Royersford, Pennsylvania, “Diamond I” or “I inside a Diamond” (Illinois Glass Company), EUREKA design on base of unidentified tumbler / jelly glass, Fairmount Glass Works / Fairmount Glass Company, Falls City Glass Company, Louisville Kentucky (1884-1892), Faroy Glass Candle Holders “FAROY U.S.A.”, “Federal Law Forbids Sale or Reuse of this Bottle” Phrase, F.H.G.W. You may be able to identify some or most of those patterns by consulting books on Depression Glass, such as the books by Gene Florence and Hazel Marie Weatherman. This is an emerald green soda bottle made by Foster-Forbes in 1990. Whitall Tatum Company logo: W over T inside inverted triangle. Also in the Moderntone pattern by Hazel Atlas Glass Co, this cup dates to 1934 to 1942. They DID mark much of their bottles, fruit jars, packer ware and other utilitarian containers. The discovered jar was clear glass, rather than opal (white, like your jar). Thanks for your posts! as time went on they gradually became less and less common as technology got better and better, and more of the “kinks” were worked out in producing containers relatively free of flaws and imperfections. The Hazel-Atlas Company was an actual company from 1902 to 1964. And a decent collection of reference books on glass-related topics helps a lot too! Thanks for sharing your knowledge! Then they changed the lid size so they no longer fit the regular size canning jar lids. 1934-1942 Moderntone Cream Soup Bowl Photo by Jay B. Siegel Moderntone Cobalt Cup . 7 people found this helpful. Also on, I guess the front of the bottle it has what looks like maybe a chess piece and says 4 IN 1.. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Front of the jar is clearly stamped Hazel-Atlas Mason but the bottom doesn’t fit. David, What does it mean when it has a h over an a and a 13 over that, Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, made in mold number 13. I still keep my classico jars, and I use them for storing herbs and such. ~David. It was created to fill a need in the jar industry. John, no info on exact date. Berry Co. Chicago. Wayne, I don’t have details on the date coding system used by Hazel-Atlas in the earlier years (if they used one). It too has all kinds of bubbles throughout, however it has a seam around the neck just below the lip, and also vertical seams running down the body which indicate it was machine made. The front and back faces of the bottle are flat, while the sides are slightly rounded. Hi Maria, The Hazel-Atlas mark continued to be used, at least on some percentage of their glass products, until approximately 1964, when Continental sold all of the glass plants (except the facility at Plainfield, Illinois) to Brockway Glass Company. I haven’t done any research to find out who has the current rights to the ATLAS name (as relating to fruit jars) but I’m sure someone out there will know, and can answer your question. Do you think this year also applies to the bottle I found since they have the same number but they’re not quite the same? Also, just out of curiosity, do you know why these jars continued to only say “Atlas” on them after the merger with Hazel? Just a little input from a google search, Hazel Atlas produced “Christmas Cheet” Tom & Jerry set (red man in a top hat) circa 1949-? Tallman. 1), Florentine No. I’m curious if anyone knows what type of glass the new Classico jars are made of. When I looked them up online, I see many of the pieces selling as Hazel Atlas glass. I heard that much of the products was unmarked? Hello, I found two gallon size jars at an old whiskey still site in the GA mountains. Hazel-Atlas eventually grew to become one of the largest glass manufacturing firms in the world, (probably second in the United States, behind Owens-Illinois Glass Company) with 14 glass plants operating simultaneously. I surmise they were used to contain and haul the product from the whiskey still and I was wondering approximately how old the jars are? The “ATLAS STRONG SHOULDER MASON” jars were made by Hazel-Atlas, mostly in the 1920s and probably into the 1930s, according to information in Alice Creswick’s “Fruit Jar Works, Volume 2” (pages 9-10). Sorry, I do not know what the average collector value might be. 3 We receive emails asking, what does the Hazel Atlas mark Best regards, On the chart here: http://www.fruitjar.org/PlantCodes/Hazel%20Atlas_files/image002.jpg the number is called the “item number”. I can’t state a “fair” price for one of the mugs. They seem to have been especially popular in the early to mid 20th century and are usually made of white or off-white milkglass. Oftentimes the same type of jar would have been made for many years. The “lugs” might be vaguely compared, at a quick glance, to the appearance of a “wing”, a raised separated bar with points or “arrows” on both ends, or an airplane propeller. Could you direct me to a site where I could find out more info. I tried to date it as well but the markings on the bottom kinda throw me off. I found a glass bottle- “half pint” with a horse and a horseshoe engraved on the bottle. This vintage Hazel Atlas Milk Glass footed tumbler features the Gothic pattern and stands 5.5" tall. (If anyone knows, please contact me). Mold number “47” on the base of a clear glass soda bottle made by Owens-Illinois. The hallmark of a capital A nested within the bottom of a capital H can be found on many of the company's vintage glassware items. (In my own opinion, it is likely, or at least very possible, that the “H over A” mark continued to appear on some containers produced after 1964, since a very large number of molds were then in use, and it would have been a considerable endeavor just to make minor re-tooling changes on all of those molds to erase or replace the makers mark.). The jars are clear glass around the barrel with the bottom 2 inches and the top 4 inches being a rough textured semi clear glass. Perhaps a collector who is more conversant with the Hazel-Atlas lines of mugs and other tableware can chime in? The earlier versions are round, in aqua or light green and she dates them as circa 1904-1920s. The Hazel Atlas mark is sometimes confused with Anchor Hocking Glass Co. “M in a circle” mark used by Maryland Glass Corporation. PEND” clockwise around stem. the Official Hazel Atlas Glass Website. NOTE: this mark is frequently misunderstood to be a trademark used by the Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation, which is incorrect! The lid also is part red. Are these worth anything? Even if you can not find a piece on our website, we offer a free email identification and value service. Do you shop for antique glass looking for #ThriftStoreFinds? Also is there a reason why these jars only say “Atlas” and not “Hazel-Atlas” on them? David. It’s clear it’s a genuine “Atlas, e-z seal”, there’s a seam, but I’m assuming it’s an older one because the jar just has “atlas” Instead of “hazel atlas”. Thank you! (Photograph courtesy of Penny Garcia), TW (monogram) as seen on dark green crown-top soda or beer bottle (Photo courtesy of Jim Minor). Brenda, I don’t collect the Atlas or Ball types with the “Lightning type” glass lids, so I am not really familiar concerning what the difference is, or if there is a major difference in the lids. I found a light green quart Atlas Strong Shoulder Mason jar. They were possibly produced as early as the late 1890s, in shades of aqua, light green, light blue, cornflower blue and other colors. That error variation is known, and is listed as jar #118 in the “Redbook” used by fruit jar collectors. The graphics on the repros are of poorer quality. 2 (Poppy No. I’m not sure on the interpretation of all the markings on many of their containers, so all I can pass along is that your jar dates from sometime between about 1923 (when Hazel-Atlas is supposed to have started actual use of their “H over A” trademark) and 1964. 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Caldwell’s, Monticello, Illinois) ~ bottles, California Glass Insulator Company, Long Beach, CA, Capstan Glass Company , Connellsville, Pennsylvania, C B B; C B K ; C B M marks on antique pickle jars, Collectible Milk Glass – General Information / Overview, Depression Glass (What is Depression Glass? All in all, well worth the purchase. It is also ribbed and goes in a bit in the middle to make it easier to grip (maybe). Do you happen to have any information, other than it was made in ohio, Hi Haley, although I don’t know about all the code numbers used on Hazel-Atlas products, I do believe the “K” stands for the Zanesville, OH plant, and the “9” is probably a mold number. The bottom has a “D-2” on the first line, underneath it says “39-55” and the HA on the side. I have a pint size canning jar with a Hazel-Atlas mark I am trying to date; standard lid, clear, square base, it has a raised grid pattern on all 4 sides except an oval of plain glass on one side (I am guessing for a label) I ran across this site in my search. To be honest, I really don’t know. When researching old Atlas jars, all the Mason jars that seem to be made by them for use as actual re-usable Mason jars for home canning actually seem to have looked quite different. David. These jars were produced (usually in clear glass) in pint and quart sizes in large quantities over a long time span in the early 20th century. I have the Shirley Temple pitcher and bowl. You might try using different search queries. Hi Andrew, Atlas mason jars have been digested several times by larger corporations, and they immediately stopped using this symbol on the bottom when the company was bought out the first time in 1964. Kandy, I don’t know anything about the dish. Truly appreciate it. GLASBAKE marking on base of clambroth/white milk glass custard cup. I would think that it would mean it was before the merger, but from what I’ve read they were made after. Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation used an “Anchor logo superimposed over an H” or an “Anchor inside a rectangle”. Aug 14, 2014 - Explore Robert Magill's board "Identifying Vintage Glass", followed by 402 people on Pinterest. Castle logo used by Gibraltar Crystal (photo courtesy of Myles Yaksich), Diamond-Oval-I trademark used by Owens-Illinois Glass Company, KPP mark on base of amber Budweiser beer bottle, date coded 1972 (Photo courtesy of Shannon Brown), Newark Star Glass Works-12-sided umbrella ink bottle – N with star (on left) on the base of bottle- (Photo courtesy Dave Beeler), Hobnail candy dish in Amberina glass (“Fenton inside an oval “mark is on the base). Hazel Glass … A variety of designs were made, many of them depicting colorful floral motifs or “kiddie” themes such as cute animals. There is a small number on the jar near the bottom rim 5619. On the bottom it has a k and 9. Do you know of any jars with possible typos or could it be something else? Many machine-made bottles and jars from the c. 1904-circa 1920s era do contain some bubbles. Easily identify your piece through the Hazel Atlas website and then find the value, to be sure you are getting the maximum price! As long as the manufacturer felt the product would still perform it’s intended use adequately, they permitted some amount of bubbles in the finished product. They also regularly released home canning guides which reflected the knowledge levels at the time. mark on base of amber beer bottle. Tony, I’m sorry but I don’t have any information on your item. Would love to find out more of info. (Photo courtesy of Dan Goorevitch), “H over A” trademark used by Hazel-Atlas Glass Company, Clover-like logo seen on base of French pharmacy bottle (photo courtesy Lynne Wertz), Wasp mark on base of Booth Bros , Philadelphia, hutch soda (photo courtesy Raymond Buch). The best way to determine a genuine piece of Depression glass is to learn the pattern, dates of manufacture, colors the pattern was produced in, and any other known identifying marks. Some collectors lump them together with the so-called “Hoosier jars” or “Hoosier cabinet jars”, although the jars made as accessories to the Hoosier Cabinets are not really quite the same. This was common with many types of design patents. Anchor Hocking Glass Corporation continued to expand into other areas of production such as tableware, closure and sealing machinery, and toiletries and cosmetic containers through the expansion of existing facilities and the purchase of Baltimore, Maryland based Carr-Lowry Glass Company and the west coast Maywood Glass. He lived from 1875-1962. Do you Not To Be Missed Dinnerware Sets & More Seasonal Selections Weekly Features Tabletop Resources Tableware Storage Piece Type Guide Place Setting Guide. I recently did a lot of reading about borosilicate glass (old “PYREX’) and soda lime glass (new ‘pyrex’). For a long period of time all glass bottle manufacturers in the US were required to mark their liquor/whiskey bottles with a Liquor bottle permit number, followed by a date code. I have 10 mugs with the red candy stripe pattern, but can’t find the Hazel-Atlas mark anywhere. This means that every time you visit this website you will need to enable or disable cookies again. There are several current ebay listings for these items and the sellers variously describe them as dating from the 1940s, 1950s, and/or the 1950s! This chart is probably from a trade publication of the 1950s: Codes on bases of H-A bottles:  Many of the Hazel-Atlas containers I have seen do not conform exactly to this chart, but this might be of some help in interpreting the markings on some of their products. ~David. Looks like more cool stuff to keep an eye out for at the flea markets! David. Chart of Hazel-Atlas base codes on containers, courtesy of fruitjar.org. The pictures are of great help in identifying the various styles of Hazel-Atlas glass. You may even see mold numbers embossed on modern glass jars and bottles in your refrigerator or cupboard! Doesn ’ t be of much help those jars do fit the canning lids was formed 1885! “ Pure little Pig Mustard 8 0x bottle- “ half pint ” with a maker mark that ’... 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