Old Large Glass Lance Cookie Jar

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  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jan 05,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

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UP FOR BIDDING IS THIS VINTAGE GLASS COOKIE, CANDY, CRACKER JAR. MADE OF GLASS WITH A RED METAL LID. THIS TYPE OF JAR WAS USED IN GENERAL TYPE STORES FOR SELLING CANDY AND CRACKERS. MARKED ON THE BOTTOM IN EMBOSSED LETTERS "LANCE". IT IS ALSO STAMPED INSIDE THE METAL LID. T IS SOME PAINT LOSS INSIDE THE LID. THIS JAR IS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. NO CHIPS OR CRACKS OR REPAIRS. ORIGINAL PAINT ON THE LID. MEASURES 13" TALL 7" WIDE BY 8 1/2" DEEP. THESE JARS SELL UPWARDS OF OVER $200.00. A GREAT OLD TYIME COLLECTIBLE. GOOD LUCK BIDDING .

BEFORE BIDDING - Please contact us before bidding if you have less than five (5) positive feedbacks . Unfortunately we have had too many bad experiences with low feedback bidder's that ruin the experience for all of the excellent eBayr's out t! ITEMS LISTED - We are a Pawn Shop in Lincolnton, NC so items listed on eBay are also for sale in our store. We reserve the right to end listings early on items with or without bids if we can get what we want out of it locally! This is rarely the case, but it does happen occassionally. SHIPPING & HANDLING - We charge the actual rate given to us by eBay's shipping calculator plus a packaging & handling fee. This fee varies based on the nature of the item (i.e. fragile and large items have a higher fee). These fees are included in the shipping calculation used by eBay, so the shipping cost shown is what you will pay . We reserve the right to substitue equivalent carriers/modes. Each additional item will have no additional handling charge. INSURANCE is not included in the above, though it's highly recommended and available as an option per eBay's shipping calculator at our cost. We are not responsible for items damaged in shipment . We package all items (or have them packaged for us) per the carrier's specifications. Rare and/or expensive items are professionally packed by The UPS Store. IN TERNATIONAL SHIPMENTS - Note that the above costs do not include taxes, duties, customs fees, VAT, etc. We will help with these fees by using a lower declared value in the shipment, per your request. PICTURES - Please email us at for additional pictures and/or clarification on the description. What you see in the picture(s) is what you will be receiving, unless otherwise noted in the description. PAYMENT - We require payment or notification of payment sent within 3 days of the auction close unless other arrangements are made within that same 3 day period. We accept Money Orders, Personal Checks (must clear before shipping), and Visa/MasterCard by phone . We no longer accept PayPal because of the excessive fees and their problem with guns!

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