Hemingray made several styles of fruit jars. The most famous of them being the Globe jar. Some other Hemingray made jars are listed below.
• Patented Nov 30 1858 (with/H.G.CO. Monogram) - Patent No. 22,186
• Patented Sep 18 1860 - Patent No. 30,063
• Patented June 9 1863 - Patent No. 38,820
• Patented Feb 16 1860 - Patent No. 41,657
• Patented June 27 1865 - Patent No 48,399
• Patented May 25, 1886 (GLOBE, On Lid) - No. 342,602
• Royal of 1876
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.
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.
This is a rare salesman sample jar. It was used to demonstrate how the patented closure works.
Light Sapphire Blue
Close up of the original glass lid
This example has a all Glass lid insert
This example has a all metal lid
This is a Name Version of the above PATENT SEP. 18 . 1860 jar
Rare no name black glass jar.
A Hemingray style number that is found on many Hemingray jars such as the Globe jar.
Jar on the left is the sheared top style, one on the right is the screw top
Thanks to Greg Spurgeon for the use of many of the jar photos!
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