Hemingray made several styles of fruit jars. The most famous of them being the Globe jar. Some of the other jars are the following: Patent Sep 18 1860, Patent June 9 1863 (on lid), Patent June 27 1865, Patent Feb 17 1877, Patent Nov 30 1858 with/H.G.CO. Monogram, Royal, Royal of 1876
Three examples of the Wide Mouth Globe. 2 QTS, 1QT, 1PT . Wide Mouth Globes are hard to find. They have a machined lip standard of ground lip like the standard globe jars. To date the wide mouths are known to only come in aqua.
Globe Jars come in 3 sizes. 1PT, 1QT 2QTS. They come in true clear, amber, green, SCA. The amber ones can range from a light yellow to a dark almost black amber. There is a 1/2 pint and a 1/4 pint Globe jar but are extremely hard to find.
Patent June 9 1863
Push Top Wax Sealer with Glass Lid
Patent Nov 30 1858 with H.G.CO. Monogram
PATENT SEP. 18 . 1860
Jar on the left is the sheared top style, one on the right is the screw top
Cobalt No Name
There is little known about this jar. It is believed to be made by Hemingray by jar collectors. Threads are like the ones on the Patent June 9 1863 Jar