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Grouping of ten (10 ) early canning jars and an Ozark water bottle. 1st item: one (1) amber glass "Lightning" fruit jar, 2nd item: one (1) olive amber glass "Lightning" fruit jar, 3rd item: one (1) large dark amber glass "Lightning" jar with glass lid, 4th item: Mason's amber canning jar embossed "Mason's/[Maltese cross]/Patent/Nov. 30th/1858" on the side and also marked on base "Pat Nov 587 26 67" on base with zinc lid and porcelain liner, 5th item: A "Globe" half-gallon size amber canning jar (no lid), 6th item: A "Ball" aqua glass Bicentennial canning jar with embossed eagle, 7th item: A Mason's "Patent Nov 30th 1858" aqua glass canning jar with embossed logo, no lid. 8th item: A Whitall's "Patent June 18th 1861" and "Millville Atmosphere Fruit Jar" with glass lid that is marked "Whitall's Patent June 18th, 1861" and a metal screw down clamp that holds the lid in place, circa 1860's, 9th item: An Atlas "Strong Shoulder" aqua glass mason jar, and 10th item: A Lipton "Fruit Grower and Preserver" clear glass fruit canning jar, no lid. Ranging in size from 4 1/2" H to 10 3/4" H. All examples from 19th century with the exception of the 6th item which is 20th century. Provenance: The estate of King E. and Julia R. Stockton, Tulsa, OK. Condition: 1st item: Minor chipping to inner rim with two hairlines to rim. Fleabite chips to rim of lid. 2nd item: Chips to inner rim and rim of lid. 3rd item: Fleabites to rim. 4th item: No lid, fleabites to rim. 5th item: No lid with fleabites to rim. 6th item: Rubber residue to inner lid. 7th item: Fleabites, roughness to tim. No lid. 8th item: Overall very good condition. 9th item: Overall very good condition. 10th item: No lid, fleabites and slight cracking to rim.