What is the value of blue mason jars?

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The value of blue mason jars varies depending on the size, condition, craftsmanship, and whether or not the original lid comes with the jar. Blue mason jars that have shoulder seals or hand blown bubbles are significantly older than most and will be worth more money. However, quart mason jars were so mass produced that they are not worth much at all to most collectors. Mason jars can also come in other colors like amber, green, or amethyst.
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