Vintage Ball Perfect Mason 1 Qt Fruit Jars OFFSETare 4 nice old primitive Ball OFFSET Perfect Mason one quart canning jars. They are 6 Â¾âe³ tall and please notice that the âeoePâe of the word Perfect starts above the letter âeoeMâe in Mason. Most jars you will see will have the word âePerfectâe centered over the word âeoeMasonâe. For the collectors they are the circa 1910-1923 ball aqua blue color. They have no chips, cracks; a couple have very minimal roughness on the top rim from use the last 80-90 years but will still seal fine if you wanted to use these for vintage canning as more and more people seem to be doing now. Numbers on the bottom are: 3, 4, 5 & 7. Please check out this Ball Mason Jar web-site, it is Great. / . Please ask any questions prior to bidding and I will be Happy to get back to you. Thank you very much for looking and Good Luck Bidding!! Please check out my other items I have listed in my EBay store . As of January 15th, EBay will be removing any items with Checks or Money Orders for payment method within the listing. Sellers must offer to accept one or more of the following payment methods: PayPal, Credit or debit card processed through an Internet merchant account, or Propay. They just keep making it worse and worse both sellers and buyers! I would like to have payment within 5 days if possible. If planning on being gone on vacation at auctions end let me know. I pride myself in Fast Shipping and Safe Packaging ; I go to the post office everyday. Please check my feedbacks and bid with confidence. Sign up for my email newsletters by adding my eBay Store to your Favorites. Be sure to add me to your favorites list ! I wanted to add this cool inf about these jars: c1913-1914 Ball PERFECT MASON jars began appearing with the PERFECT offset to the right of the word MASON. These are not "error embossing jars" as some think. These are mainly reworked old Ball MASON moulds, w PERFECT was added to them when they changed over to the new bead seal type of jars. These are the first of the famous Ball PERFECT MASON jars, excluding the BOYD/BALL reworked moulds which have all the lettering in block letters. The embossing was centered starting in about 1915.