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Judy in Texas
08-08-2020
07:19 AM ET (US)
Debi use anything you need from me. Like Jan I think answers would be great.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
01:36 AM ET (US)

Bottom detail
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
01:35 AM ET (US)

Another
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
01:35 AM ET (US)

More views
1 3/4 x 1 1/4 tall
Edited 08-08-2020 01:38 AM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
01:33 AM ET (US)
Sure, we need answers!!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
12:37 AM ET (US)
Well crap! I thought both of the pictures were Judy's but the chocolate one is Jan's. So do both of you consent to me asking questions on EAPGS using your pictures?
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
12:33 AM ET (US)
Judy do you mind if I use your pictures to ask questions on EAPGS?
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-08-2020
12:31 AM ET (US)
Judy, the two salts you have pictured in message #288 - those are both individual size salts, right? I've been looking on the EAPGS website to determine makers and it's confusing. My understanding is that Greentown (formerly or another name for Indiana Tumbler & Glass) joined National Glass but the factory burned in 1903. I have a Royal Glass catalog page that shows this salt, but it could be that Greentown's molds were transferred to the Royal factory after the Greentown factory burned down. I guess some molds survive fires? There are none of these salts pictured on EAPGS that I have seen so far. Jan's 5004 and your shorter clear one appears to be the individual size shown on the Royal catalog page. But the master size on that catalog page looks like your master salt. Clearly another mystery. The THOUSAND EYE pattern on EAPGS is an unknown maker, but it seems to me the shorter individual salt matches that pattern.
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:51 AM ET (US)

A5012 Star and Punty by Cape Cod Glass - bottom
Aka Moon and Star circa 1859-1869
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:50 AM ET (US)

A5012 Star and Punty by Cape Cod Glass - top
Aka Moon and Star circa 1859-1869
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:49 AM ET (US)

A5012 Star and Punty by Cape Cod Glass - 3/4 view
Aka Moon and Star circa 1859-1869
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:47 AM ET (US)

Thanks Debi for the info on the Adams salt.

A5012 Star and Punty by Cape Cod Glass - side
Aka Moon and Star circa 1859-1869

Ind 1 7/8" Dia, 1 7/8" H
This salt is from Ed Bowman's collection and cataloged as RARE
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:33 AM ET (US)

A5007 Cut Block by Heisey ( Heisey no. 1200) - bottom
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:32 AM ET (US)

A5007 Cut Block by Heisey ( Heisey no. 1200) - top
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:31 AM ET (US)

A5007 Cut Block by Heisey ( Heisey no. 1200) - 3/4 view
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:30 AM ET (US)

A5007 Cut Block by Heisey ( Heisey no. 1200) - side
Aka Square in Diamond Point circa 1896 to 1909
found in clear
Ind 1 7/8" Dia, 7/8" H
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
11:28 AM ET (US)
Judy, ADAMS pattern was never made by Adams & Co. Ruth Webb Lee named that pattern ADAMS because she thought it was made by Adams. We now know it was made by King.
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:26 AM ET (US)

A5006 Punty Band by Heisey - bottom
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:24 AM ET (US)

A5006 Punty Band by Heisey - top
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:23 AM ET (US)

A5006 Punty Band by Heisey - 3/4 view
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:22 AM ET (US)

A5006 Punty Band by Heisey (Heisey No. 1220)
circa 1896-1905
Ind 2 3/16" Dia, 1 5/16" H
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:18 AM ET (US)

A5005 Adams #29 by Adams Glass Co - bottom
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:17 AM ET (US)

A5005 Adams #29 by Adams Glass Co - top
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:16 AM ET (US)

A5005 Adams #29 by Adams Glass Co - 3/4 view
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
11:07 AM ET (US)

A5005 Adams #29 by Adams Glass Co. circa 1880 and King Glass Co. circa 1890
RARE found in clear in both individual and master size.
Ind 1 3/4" Dia, 1 3/16" H
Note: I didn't see a pattern named Lined Diamonds in "The Collector's Encyclopedia of Pattern Glass" by Helen McCain.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
10:59 AM ET (US)
Also, I referenced Salty Comments #49, where Ed says 5004 was made by Royal and not Greentown.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
10:56 AM ET (US)
Judy, My eyes popped outta my head when I found that chocolate! Ed Berg had listed it as one to grab, so I did!!
I have always been surprised when the little one gets ignored. Sometimes I grab up rare ones, need to do that again because my friends like you might need one!
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
10:46 AM ET (US)

A different shot of the Table and Ind -- Stacked
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
10:42 AM ET (US)
Jan I love learning from this exercise. I have had the Thousand Eye salts for a long time and just now learned from your posting there is a third size. When looking at the middle row of "eyes" there is a distinct difference in the shapes from one individual to another. I wonder how many times I've passed up the smallest one thinking I already had clear Thousand Eye salts covered. If that chocolate salt ever needs a vacation it is welcome in Texas!
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
10:32 AM ET (US)

So here I go:
Addendum 5004 - Thousand Eye Band by Greentown Glass, Indiana Tumbler, and Goblet 1880-1903. (Greentown Glass collectors refer to the pattern as Honycomb)
Individual 1 7/8" Dia, 1 1/4" H
Master 3 1/8" Dia, 1 9/16" H
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
09:29 AM ET (US)
Yes, might as well get the addendum done. You guys don't need the page posted up top do you? We all know what they are except that swirl one. Judy if you have the masters with the individuals, please do them side by side. It's the best way to tell the difference in size. Personally, I don't know for sure that Rococo had a master size salt. The measurements Ed Berg had seemed large for one. It might be a jam or honey dish or something else. I think someone had all three bandmaster colors. Maybe Susie? And Jane has jockey cap colors. I'll ask them on the regular page.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
09:22 AM ET (US)

H&J 5004
THOUSAND EYE BAND
Comparison with H&J 4646, individual in chocolate
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
09:20 AM ET (US)

H&J 5004
THOUSAND EYE BAND
Circa 1880-1903
Last/clear
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
09:18 AM ET (US)

H&J 5004
THOUSAND EYE BAND
Bottom
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
09:17 AM ET (US)

H&J 5004
THOUSAND EYE BAND
top
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
09:16 AM ET (US)

H&J 5004
THOUSAND EYE BAND
There are at least 3 different salts in this pattern. Perhaps the smallest is by Royal Glass Works c. 1880; the chocolate individual, H&J 4646 and chocolate master, H&J 2071 by Greentown. I think this smallest one is H&J 5004
1 3/4 x 7/8
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
08:52 AM ET (US)
Debi are we proceeding with the addendum now? I have Rococo 5002, both the ind and master in clear for Double Eye Band 5004, Lined Diamond (Adams) 5005, Punty Band 5006, Cut Block 5007, Moon and Star (Punty and Star) 5012, and a Bandmaster Cap 5013.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:50 AM ET (US)

H&J 5002
ROCCOCO
Last
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:49 AM ET (US)

H&J 5002
ROCCOCO
Bottom showing foot detaiL
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:48 AM ET (US)

H&J 5002
ROCCOCO
top
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:46 AM ET (US)

H&J 5002
ROCCOCO
Fostoria #234, 1892-96
Can also be found with a frosted rim, engraving, or both
2 3/8 x 1
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:42 AM ET (US)
That means a lot coming from you, Judy; your shots are always fantastic. Thank you!!
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Judy in Texas
08-07-2020
08:39 AM ET (US)
Jan your pictures of Carmen are great. Glad you took a shot of the sides showing the differences In design. Some of the salts look very different with just a slight turn. Good job lady!
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:31 AM ET (US)

H&J 5001
CARMEN
last
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:30 AM ET (US)

H&J 5001
CARMEN
Another
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:29 AM ET (US)

H&J 5001
CARMEN
top
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:28 AM ET (US)

H&J 5001
CARMEN
Bottom
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:27 AM ET (US)

H&J 5001
CARMEN
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-07-2020
08:26 AM ET (US)

H&J 5001
CARMEN
Fostoria #575, introduced in 1894; discontinued in 1900
1 5/8 x 7/8
Edited 08-07-2020 08:33 AM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-06-2020
10:21 AM ET (US)
The page looks great Debi. I don’t know how you do it.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-05-2020
02:16 PM ET (US)
I was finally able to log in so 2821 info sheet has been added and Jan's blue swan salt too.
Edited 08-05-2020 09:53 PM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-05-2020
12:33 AM ET (US)
Frustrating when you are prepared to work on the project but the technology fails. Grrrr!!! I have to retake 2819; it’s a tad beat up and I didn’t notice til I went to edit my pics. Will try again tomorrow
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-05-2020
12:26 AM ET (US)
My website is still inaccessible. Don't know what their problem is, but I can't make any additions or changes on the website until I can log in.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-05-2020
12:21 AM ET (US)
Thanks Jan, The profile shot of 2821 when enlarged is interesting. You can see the depth of the flower impressions.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-04-2020
02:29 PM ET (US)

H&J 2821 similar
Bottom
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-04-2020
02:28 PM ET (US)

H&J 2821 similar
Top
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-04-2020
02:26 PM ET (US)

H&J 2821 similar
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-04-2020
02:25 PM ET (US)

H&J 2821 similar
1 1/2 square x 5/8
Bottom edge is bevelled and all surfaces are polished
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-04-2020
02:22 PM ET (US)

H&J 2799
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Judy in Texas
08-04-2020
04:07 AM ET (US)
I will Yellow Tag the missing salts in my book and keep an eye out for them. Still looking for 2810 as it has become a challenge.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-03-2020
08:29 PM ET (US)
Sounds good Jan. One down, 12 more to go. 13 if you count 2808 that is really a covered jar.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-03-2020
08:20 PM ET (US)
Believe it or not, I did actually end up with 2819. Pics tomorrow!! The page looks terrific, Debi!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-03-2020
07:07 PM ET (US)
Finally!! New H&J page has been added to the website. I'm a little disappointed that we have so many without pictures and information but I guess none of the 4 of us has these salts. Maybe someone will check their collections and find a few more.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-03-2020
03:00 PM ET (US)
They told me to try it again and I still can't get in. Have I mentioned I hate technology?
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-03-2020
09:52 AM ET (US)
Grrrrr. I’m sorry, Debi.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-02-2020
06:23 PM ET (US)
Still waiting to get into my website provider to post this stuff. They wrote and told me it was fixed and it's not.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
08-02-2020
02:52 PM ET (US)
  Ohhhh Judy, O k I just measured rim to rim and with the height I included the edge that the salt sits on.
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Judy in Texas
08-02-2020
12:10 PM ET (US)
Lynda I measured including the frogs on the outer sides...Maximum width I guess you'd call it???
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-02-2020
12:08 PM ET (US)
If it's not one thing it's another. I was finishing up what we have so far for printing and noticed half of the quote marks I use for measurements went haywire. The height one stayed the same, but the first one or two went to the scroll type and some pointed one way and some pointed the other. Like open and closed quote marks but they simply would not change! That's just nuts. Took me about an hour to find the place to uncheck the box for directional quote marks. How they ever changed on this new publication is a mystery to me. If it was an old one that I tried to open in the updated Publisher program that would make at least a little sense, but not much. So after changing the all the quote marks and finally printing out all the info sheets to PDF I was ready to load it all up to my server. Then I couldn't log in and it said to contact administration. Well I can't open a trouble ticket if I can't log in. I finally got a live chat person a few minutes ago and she will email me when I can log in and upload. Best laid plans...always something!!! I don't know how long it will take but I'll let you know when it's all added to the Project page on the website. Drives me nuts!
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
08-02-2020
10:38 AM ET (US)
 Never seen Adonis, Gonterman swirl. Must be rare as hens teeth. My measurements of the #2726 are a bit smaller than Judy's. I went and measured again. Got the same as I did before.
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Judy in Texas
08-02-2020
09:08 AM ET (US)
Debi the dimensions for 2726 are:
Toothpick section 2 7/8" L, 1 1/2"W -- 2" W (with the salamander's head), 2 1/8" H
Salt section 2 7/8" L, 2" W, 1" H

Glad you found Adonis -- The "Thistle" salt is on a Duncan & Miller catalog page and named OMN #80, AKA SUNFLOWER PATCH, Cosmos. Forgot EAPG has a picture of the salt.
Edited 08-02-2020 09:26 AM
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
10:33 PM ET (US)
I guess Gonterman would like this without the ruffle. No salt is pictured on EAPGS. http://www.eapgs.org/patterns/full-images.php?idx=62435&pat=84

Real name is ADONIS, made by Aetna Glass. It's is opalescent.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
10:24 PM ET (US)
Lynda, it's the page that was added to the H&J book with the numbers beginning with 5001. They are just crude drawings, not actual pictures. The link for it is at the top of the H&J Project page. You should have gotten it with your H&J book. Short cut: http://opensalts.us/References/HJProject/HJ-Addendum.pdf

I have no idea what a Gonterman Swirl should look like. I'll have to see if I can find an actual picture of one. I would never guess that drawing of ROCOCO is that salt. I think I have the Thistle salt.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
04:39 PM ET (US)
Yes, Debi, the blue swan is an individual. I have the ugly strawberry, bought it because the Bergs said it was rare. Iwill have to look it up in Salty Comments, but am fairly certain it only came in frosted glass. There are reproductions now in colors.
No, Debi, you are not the only one who gets confused as to what salts were just seen somewhere and what salts are a truly in the collection. Pretty much like finding one and not getting it, then deciding you have to have it but where was it??? The brain just chugs these days, sometimes spinning for hours with no conclusion. Hate it!!
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
02:19 PM ET (US)
   My addendum is still packed. So no idea what Youl're talking about. I have a blue jockey hat.
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Judy in Texas
08-01-2020
09:56 AM ET (US)
Jan I've never seen 5010 either. I've been tempted to buy the strawberry 5011 several times, but I think if I got one right now it would be a reproduction. I have a large group of PANELED THISTLE but none of them are like the drawing at 5003. Rococo has several different treatments. I wish I hadn't sold two several years ago. I'm down to just one.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
09:53 AM ET (US)
I'm pretty sure I've seen the colored jockey and bandmaster caps in all the colors here at one time or another. I agree with Jan that I have seen all except 5010.

Jan, yes I saw the blue swan salt you won. Is that an individual size? I thought the swan was on the inside but apparently it's on the bottom and you wouldn't even see it on that opaque blue salt.

Do any of you get confused as I do after seeing all the pictures of salts if you have that one or did you just see the pictures of it? Drives me crazy sometimes. I was looking at the addendum and wondering if I have the Galloway salt or just saw the pictures. Will have to actually go through the drawer again. It would have to be at the rear of the ovals because of the high H&J number or among the unnumbered. I have that crazy Wetzel strawberry in frosted. I think it came in clear too but don't think I've ever seen one of those. I'm rambling...time for some sleep.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
08:56 AM ET (US)
I have 7 Judy. I have seen all of them except 5010.
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Judy in Texas
08-01-2020
08:39 AM ET (US)
Just pulled the addendum and I think I have at least an individual salt for eight of the 12. Doing the addendum is a great idea. Some collectors aren't aware of it.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
08:38 AM ET (US)
Judy, that is just nuts. None of the new salts are the one? Must have been a popular motif, much copied???

Debi, did you see the blue swan salt I won? Could not believe my eyes! It isn’t here yet nor are the squares, will post them when they land. I so appreciate all the hoops you cartwheel through to make the project possible!!!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
08-01-2020
08:00 AM ET (US)
A+ for effort Judy! I guess tonight I'll just post what we have so far to the website and wait on a possible couple more from Lynda. I have most of it done except printing the info pages and adding the new segment on the website. I've been updating the pages we have already done to get rid of the font that is unrecognizable to this Office version. Just a few done so far. It's slow going especially when I have to completely redo a page because the mouse can't click on anything. Not many pages like that so far, but really slows me down when I get to one. New monthly topic if you guys want a change of pace. I was thinking next we can do that extra page of salts number 5001 and so on. I think we can complete one rather quickly.
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Judy in Texas
08-01-2020
07:34 AM ET (US)
Morning ... Salts arrived in the mail with the SIX-POINTED STARS in the base. Both are like the salt I posted for H&J 2810. The diameters are the same - 2" but there are slight differences in the height of all three salts. The stars are different from one to another. All are not the salt we are looking for.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-31-2020
10:19 AM ET (US)
   I live confused, but I'm glad I'm not the only one who get's confused with the salts and their makers. Jan, you are so right about this redo. It is so important. Now to go look for something close to 2810.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-31-2020
08:27 AM ET (US)
You aren’t the only confused one, Judy!! But I think that Is what makes this project so worthwhile and valuable.
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Judy in Texas
07-31-2020
06:54 AM ET (US)
Debi and Jan ... I admit I am totally confused about H&J 2810. I have many six-sided salts with and without stars on the sides, but none of those stars have SIX points. And, the sizes are no where near 2 1/4" in diameter. That is way I have ??? in the information I posted. Will see what the mailman brings in the next few days.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-31-2020
03:30 AM ET (US)

H&J 2810 looks like straight sides to me, without stars. I'm wondering if Heacock wrote the description based on the Cambridge salt, and not actually the one in the photograph. If you look at H&J 2095 on the Project page, that looks like the Cambridge salt in the catalog. The star has 8 points, not 6. And to add another maker of the 8-point star we have Westmoreland again. I'm beginning to think there were very few talented people that designed patterns, an a whole bunch of copycats back then.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-31-2020
12:40 AM ET (US)
Judy, the description for 2810 says stars on the sides too. Sure can’t tell from the pic in the book!!
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-30-2020
11:58 PM ET (US)
   Jan, Stunning swan, Love the color. Still have'nt found my clear.
And that Master, according to H/J #2935 write up says Persain, AKA Prism and Block Band.
   Judy, I love #2596 with Master. Very nice.
Edited 07-31-2020 12:00 AM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-30-2020
07:19 PM ET (US)

Look what I just bought on ebay...
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Judy in Texas
07-30-2020
11:51 AM ET (US)
Forgot the dimensions for the Cambridge 2514
Master 3 1/4" L, 1 3/8" W, 1 1/4" H
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Judy in Texas
07-30-2020
11:47 AM ET (US)

H&J 2796 Cambridge 2614 MASTER SIZE with individual

Just when you think you're getting to know patterns and sizes those patterns were made in up pops one that is a real surprise.
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Judy in Texas
07-30-2020
11:41 AM ET (US)

H&J 2810 ??? Six-SIded with Six-Pointed Star on the base - bottom
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Judy in Texas
07-30-2020
11:40 AM ET (US)

H&J 2810 ??? Six-SIded with Six-Pointed Star on the base - side
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Judy in Texas
07-30-2020
11:39 AM ET (US)

H&J 2810 ??? Six-SIded with Six-Pointed Star on the base - 3/4 view
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Judy in Texas
07-30-2020
11:37 AM ET (US)

H&J 2810 ??? Six-SIded with Six-Pointed Star on the base - top

Didn't find any information on this guy. Star looks like the star in the H&J picture but the dimensions are not quite the same...2" Dia, 15/16" High

I did find a couple additional six-pointed salts on eBay and they are on their way...Still in Indiana right now.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-30-2020
11:16 AM ET (US)
PRISM & BLOCK BAND, H&J 2935. Never known that one as PERSIAN...
Edited 07-30-2020 11:17 AM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-30-2020
11:08 AM ET (US)
   Jan is the Ada the one that has 2 masters and a bunch of babies? Ok, #2663.....What's the other one? Left hand side, with one baby. Please.... Never mind it"s Persian, I looked for them in the Master section and Coddingtons. Not the individual's section. Losing my mind. Sorry
Edited 07-30-2020 11:15 AM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-29-2020
02:22 PM ET (US)
ADA
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-29-2020
09:37 AM ET (US)

  Lololololololololololololololololol, yes, I like sets. Very much. I have about 30 boxes packed up for the kids. I have probably 300 to sell, stuffed in a couple of other large boxes. A lot of salts I just unpacked packed are some of my favorites. I love the Heisey Urns, want that mid-size. The Harvard and Romana. Jan, or someone, what are the 2 different round masters in the picture? I ca'nt find them nor remember their names?
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-29-2020
08:58 AM ET (US)
Keep telling her that, Debi!! But I doubt it will sink in. Lynda likes sets!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2020
05:53 PM ET (US)
Lynda, you need to either start passing those duplicates out to the grandkids, or just keep one out and pack up the rest. I can see why you have no display space left. Get as many boxes as you have grandkids, put a name on each box and divide them up. If you don't give the salts to them now, at least they will be packed up and out of your way.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2020
05:42 PM ET (US)
Perfect picture Jan. It shows the depth of that circle with ribbing and the domed bottom.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2020
05:34 PM ET (US)
   Well, #2810, it is marked that I have it. Now to find it. Sigh.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2020
12:49 PM ET (US)
Ok, upon closer inspection, I do not have 2810. I have exactly 1salt with stars around a hexagon shape, and it’s the one with the many rays in the base. Sorry!!
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-28-2020
12:42 PM ET (US)

H&J 2829
Bottom detail
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-27-2020
08:31 PM ET (US)
PS looks like fun, Lynda!
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-27-2020
08:30 PM ET (US)
I climbed up on a stepstool to find a clear 2810. Grabbed one with a 6 point star, climbed down and THEN read the description. Sigh. Wrong salt! Will I ever learn??!!! Head smack. The one we need is right where I can grab it. If it’s the right one.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-27-2020
12:20 PM ET (US)

  As soon as I find a place for these I'll empty another box.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-27-2020
12:17 PM ET (US)

 Well I emptied a large box of salts. Not a single square in it.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-27-2020
11:00 AM ET (US)
Debi, I know there were 2 salts like my 2821 on the Heiskell auction and maybe even 3. Otherwise, Lynda has one, but I have not seen before. I do have pics ready if you want them later.
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Mary KernPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
11:44 PM ET (US)
I will do some looking tomorrow for ya. Have to have a COVID test mid morning so that just screws up everything. But will start looking. Know I kept a ton of the clear square so hopefully I can help. Thanks for the list of numbers needed..
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
10:07 PM ET (US)
No problem Debi; I had taken this one already; will try for what you need tomorrow. I will see what I have for 2810. I wrongly assumed we had covered that one in the colors, but Nope!! Good thing you pay such close attention.
I agree with you on the 2827/28 id.
Eyes are shot for today, see you tomorrow with pics!!
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
10:03 PM ET (US)
That's another tall picture I'll have trouble getting on the page. Lay the salt bottom up and take a 3/4 picture. Every time I add another picture I have to make them all smaller to get them in two columns. Sorry to sound so picky but otherwise I have smaller pictures and a wide void in the middle. I'll probably have to leave off one picture as it is. Thanks Jan. You and the others deserve a medal for putting up with my requests.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:31 PM ET (US)

Like this? I can sure take more
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
08:09 PM ET (US)

Judy, still scratching my head over 2827 and 2828. The only difference I can see is it looks like the impressed center button is larger in 2827. My 2828 has beveled corners, top edges and bottom edges and it looks like yours does too from your pictures. Mine is definitely larger than yours. Mine is 1-5/8" SQ and yours is 1-1/2" SQ.

OK, executive decision being made here. I think 2827 just might be the rays and balls salt. If you look at the picture I took of it from the top standing on the side, you can't really see the balls and the center button is larger. The H&J picture isn't that clear, and the salt is 1-1/2" SQ.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
06:04 PM ET (US)
Jan, your 2821 is definitely very similar to the H&J picture. Must be a set of different flowers, or one is a copy of the other. Either way, they must be pretty scarce. I've never seen any in person. If we can't find the one pictured in H&J, you'll have to do pictures of yours. So glad you have the 17 ray salt. Next time you do some pictures, could you please do an angled shot of the bottom? It's very unusual but you can't see the depth of the bottom by the top or bottom views. Like your post #197 but upside down.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
05:29 PM ET (US)
Also need 2810. I don't have a six-sided one with a 6 point star in the bottom. It's probably foreign made and looks to be polished. Doubt if it's Cambridge. Looks like tapered sides, wider at the top. The Cambridge salt is the same measurement at top and bottom.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
03:33 PM ET (US)
Hey Mares. We need:
2806
2811
2815
2817, 18, 19, 20 and 21
2833, 34, and 2836
Did I get that right Debi?
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
01:23 PM ET (US)
   Jan, Your #2829 is really neat. I love the ridge on the bottom. I think your acorn is the same as mine. I drew my picture on the bottom of the H/J page and your's is what I drew. I'm going to unpack a huge box of clear individuals today. I'm hoping to find some of our missing salts.
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Mary KernPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
11:12 AM ET (US)
Are you missing any from this page??? Just brought in everything from the garage and that included some special squares. Let me know if so and I will look.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:51 AM ET (US)

H&J 2821 similar
1 3/8 x 9/16
All surfaces are polished. I wonder how many different ones there are of this type??
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:46 AM ET (US)

H&J 2829
Detail of ridges
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:45 AM ET (US)

H&J 2829
Bottom
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:45 AM ET (US)

H&J 2829
Top
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:44 AM ET (US)

H&J 2829
Profile
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:43 AM ET (US)

H&J 2829
1 1/2 square x 1
17 ray star in deeply impressed circle; circle itself is ridged
Circa 1890
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-26-2020
09:20 AM ET (US)
I just bought some squares on ebay; one looks like it could be 2819. We shall see! I have the 17 ray gun I mean ray guy...taking pics now...
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Judy in Texas
07-26-2020
07:14 AM ET (US)
Debi I remeasured the H&J 2828 salt that I posted and the dimensions are right...1 1/2" sq.

When I saw that the new book from WVMAG was the first in a series in TABLEWARE I was really hoping it would have salts as they are tableware. I was totally disappointed in the first book and at $30 I don't know if I'll buy another in the series.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
07:19 PM ET (US)
Does anyone have 2829 with 17 rays in the bottom? Mine only 15 like Judy's salt.

Judy: What frustrates me a lot is the amount of catalog images out there, but they are only at Corning, who has not put new catalogs on it's website in YEARS, and WVMAG in it's private library. Unless someone at WVMAG decides to share one on the EAPGS website, we collectors never get to see them. It wasn't until I asked about the ANDES salt by Elson that we even knew a catalog existed. I don't have the catalog page for my website, but at least we got the catalog image of the salt for the H&J Project.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
05:42 PM ET (US)
Judy, The lack of open salts in those WVMAG is why I don't buy them unless someone tells me it's a good one to have.

Jan, When I try to make sense of all the pictures posted and those message numbers I have to open the page in another tab so I can scroll around and get the numbers right. Also open any website pages I need to look at too. It does get confusing just trying to type a message like #175. Notice I had to edit it (more than once). Your pink and green salts are the right size for H&J 2816. The pink one is shown at H&J 586. I'll have to add your picture to that page and change the text.

Time to make a few changes on existing pages.

Lynda, I don't think your plain salt for H&J 2819 is exactly what's pictured in H&J either. You also have beveled edges. But you do have one that is only 1-1/2" SQ so I'll use that for H&J 2820. If you find H&J 2818 with the flowers etched in the bottom that would be great.

Does anyone think they have two different types of 2827 and 2828? I only have one that I thought was 2828 but mine is 1-5/8" SQ and H&J says it's just under 1-1/2". That doesn't match up. Judy, you posted one and listed 1-1/2" by 7/8" for measurements. If that's correct, then we have two different salts. Mine is definitely 1-5/8" across the base. My rays with the balls salt is 1-1/2" square.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:50 PM ET (US)

   Bottom up.
   The write up for 2820 says lite parallel lines, neither of these 2 squares have parallel lines.
Edited 07-25-2020 01:52 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:49 PM ET (US)

  Rim down.
  I'm getting confused as now with these pictures.... not sure either of these salts are right. This one may be #2819. This is frustrating.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:45 PM ET (US)

   H/J picture
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:44 PM ET (US)

   H/J #2820
Diameter= 1 1/2" by 1 1/2"
Height= 9/16"
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:42 PM ET (US)

   Bottom up.
   According to H/J write up could be made by McKee. Circa 1900-1910.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:38 PM ET (US)

   Rim down
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:37 PM ET (US)

  H/J picture
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:35 PM ET (US)

Sorry, forgot to crop, sigh..... still small.
Edited 07-25-2020 01:36 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
01:04 PM ET (US)

   Ok, I think I have #2818 but in doing the measurement I noted a small beveling on the corners. So now I do'nt know.

Diameter = 1 1/2"
Height = 5/8"
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Judy in Texas
07-25-2020
11:40 AM ET (US)
Debi the book from the WV Glass Museum arrived today. Only three salts that you already have information on. It is amazing that a 230 page book on tableware only shows three salt cellars. Very disappointing.
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
10:14 AM ET (US)
Ok, my salt like 2728 measures 1 5/8 square and 7/8 tall. All edges and corners are bevelled. Ed called this type mixed rays. It looks to me that 2827 has square edges
Debi, you have one like Ed’s #8 type base, which he called rays & balls.
My 2819 also has bevels.
Edited 07-25-2020 10:15 AM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-25-2020
09:57 AM ET (US)
I just copied down the info on 2812, with my reference being the H&J Project. Thank you for recording your research here, Debi, in such a logical, understandable fashion. It helps so much!

I have a clear one like 2816 but it only measures 2 1/8.

I will check my own 2827...

And I have an acorn/flower salt with the center being way less detailed. Pics to follow. The ruby stained one and the orangey stained KING’S CROWN were from the Heiskell auction listings. Ok,off to find grab those salts....
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-24-2020
05:22 PM ET (US)
I have always called H&J 2821 the acorn salt because that's what it looked like in the small picture in H&J. Since I scanned the pages that enlarges them I can now see it is flowers. It's the same one posted a little while ago with ruby stain that looked orange. I do not have one so we will need pictures from Lynda or someone else.

Lynda, the pictures you posted for H&J 2816 are a master salt at 3" long. H&J says it is 2-1/4" long. So Jan's pink and green are the right size. It looks like H&J 2799 but without the swan. Does anyone have that one is clear glass?

Lynda, H&J says the etched design in H&J 2818 is flowers.

H&J 2819 is completely plain with all flat surfaces polished. I have one but it has beveled corners so it's not the same salt. I will use it though if we can't find one without beveled corners. No known maker anyway so it doesn't matter much.

I don't know what the difference is between 2827 and 2828. I have one that is way different with balls at the ends. And I have no idea how Heacock thinks 2827 is Duncan. The square Duncan that somewhat shows the bottom look more like 2829 or 2930 with rays. This page gives me a headache. I work on it for a bit and when I can't figure something out I give up for a time.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-24-2020
04:37 PM ET (US)
First about the Cambridge buzz star salt...
I think we have identified four different pressed salts. The Westmoreland one is all pressed and has a little star inside the button. Judy has the colored one with labels and a clear one pictured at #148-158. So Joan, the pictures you sent me for the Open Salt Journal are not the Westmoreland one. I believe that is the true Cambridge salt. The sides have very narrow horizontal cut lines. I think I made a mistake on the colors listed RO-FT-5-24. Those colors are probably the Westmoreland colors. I'll have to change that page to just clear. The one pictured right before it (RO-FT-5-23) is lead crystal made in Korea. So that's three of them.

#4. Judy has a German lead crystal posted at #148 with label so we know for sure what that one is. It's possible that is the shown on the Dressler catalog page - their #2077. It look like the pictures posted at #127-131 are the same as the one with the German lead crystal label.

Lynda, your pictures at #134-35 and #145-46 do look like cut glass. I have no idea who made those.

So the one Joan sent the pictures of for RO-FT-5-24 is the Cambridge salt. I can use those pictures for H&J 2812.
Edited 07-24-2020 05:01 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-24-2020
01:13 PM ET (US)
  Ok, questions. I have #2819, pictures taken but have not measured yet. Now I have a smaller version like #2820 I think. It is just like 2819 but shorter. I can't see, does #2020 have a beveled edge or is it squared off? Next, #2918, what's in the base picture? Flowers? My book says I have #2806,#2821 and #2836. I have to find them. I'll unpack more boxes.
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Joan F.Person was signed in when posted
07-23-2020
11:29 PM ET (US)
I have an example of the thin line sided salt that looks like the one in Ruth Grizel book except it has the plain button without the star. Debi, I submitted it to you a while back and you listed it in the Open Salt Journal under RO-FT-5-24 and have it identified as Cambridge No. 1191. Based on the salt pictured in Ruth's book do you think it may be Westmoreland and not Cambridge?
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-23-2020
05:53 PM ET (US)
  Thank you Judy. Nice heads up. Hope someone goes for it.
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Judy in Texas
07-23-2020
08:44 AM ET (US)
If you're looking for FOSTORIA CARMAN there are two on eBay -- 274434505572
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
10:52 AM ET (US)

H&J2814
Vine detail
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
10:52 AM ET (US)

H&J 2814
Flower detail
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
10:51 AM ET (US)

H&J 2814
Plain polished bottom
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
10:50 AM ET (US)

H&J 2814
Profile
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
10:48 AM ET (US)

H&J 2814
Pressed and cut Circa 1910-15
2 x 1 tall
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
10:38 AM ET (US)

H&J 2816 colors
2 1/4 x 1 7/16 x 13/16
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-22-2020
08:18 AM ET (US)
I never looked closely at this type of salt. I see them, brain says, “Buzzsaw, plentiful,” and shuts off!! Thank you Debi & Judy!
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Judy in Texas
07-22-2020
06:30 AM ET (US)
Based of the Cambridge Catalog picture ... My POSTS 154 thru 158 should be considered as pictures of a clear Westmoreland salt. The same as the amber salt posted.

This has created a series of continuous questions about a pattern that was altered and reproduced by several glass companies over many years. When anyone tries to identify one you about have to do surgery on them and look at every tiny element of the design.
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Judy in Texas
07-22-2020
06:10 AM ET (US)
I have a headache and my antacid isn't working.

So the descriptions are:
Looking at the Cambridge catalog; the 1191 salt has the BuzzStar PLAIN CENTER BUTTON and it also looks like the area between the BuzzStars only has TWO LINES (This is like the areas on the Westmoreland salt...THREE SMOTH DIPS coming together to make TWO SMALL HORIZONTAL RIBS).

The German salt has the same BuzzStar PLAIN CENTER BUTTON but the areas between them have TWO WIDE VERTICAL RIBS CUT IN A ZIPPER pattern.

On the left side of the H&J 2812 picture I see the edge of the vertical rib with tiny teeth (The Zipper). That makes me think the salt at H&J 2812 is the German salt.
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Judy in Texas
07-22-2020
05:28 AM ET (US)

Debi the side is exactly the same as post #129. The salt I posted all pictures of, and the salt with the Made in Germany label are identical.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
10:57 PM ET (US)
This gives me a headache. Lynda, the last one you posted with the little star inside the "button" looks like the Westmoreland one Judy has. The H&J image has a plain button like the Cambridge No. 1191 catalog image. I think we need to see the sides and how many lines there are to narrow down the Cambridge one. Judy, what do the sides look like on your German one? Is it the same or different from the other pictures you posted for H&J 2812?
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
08:48 PM ET (US)

   Here is the other Buz Star I have. It has a star or a flower on the hobnail. Sorry button on the button.
Edited 07-22-2020 12:57 PM
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:54 PM ET (US)

Cambridge No 1191 BuzzStar - bottom
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:53 PM ET (US)

Cambridge No 1191 BuzzStar - top
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:46 PM ET (US)

Cambridge No 1191 BuzzStar - side 2
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:43 PM ET (US)

Cambridge No 1191 BuzzStar - side
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:37 PM ET (US)

Cambridge No 1191 BuzzStar - 3/4 view
This salt could be the Cambridge original or another Westmoreland repro No 1978
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:33 PM ET (US)

Westmoreland No 1078 BuzzStar - bottom with Price label
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:32 PM ET (US)

Westmoreland No 1078 BuzzStar - top
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:30 PM ET (US)

Westmoreland No 1078 BuzzStar - side. 2
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:28 PM ET (US)

Westmoreland No 1078 BuzzStar - side
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
06:27 PM ET (US)

Westmoreland No 1078 BuzzStar - 3/4 view

1 5/8" x 1" H
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
04:47 PM ET (US)

Debi a friend sent me a "Buzz Star" salt that is in every way like the salt I posted pictures of for HJ 2812. It is wearing a "Lead Crystal - Made in Germany" paper label on the inside bottom of the bowl.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
04:00 PM ET (US)
I think we have a match to the H&J picture, and we should probably go with the Cambridge #1191 ID. The last 4 salts in row 2 are all Cambridge.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
03:25 PM ET (US)

   H/J Picture, but as I feel this salt, it is very crisp. It is cut.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
03:22 PM ET (US)

  Here's the rest of the #2813 Buz star that I have.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
02:23 PM ET (US)

Judy, we need pictures of the colored buzz star or hob star by Westmoreland for comparison to figure out what the Cambridge one might truly be. Here's the info on the Westmoreland salt from the Ruth Grizel book. It looks like there are thin lines on the sides.
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
02:07 PM ET (US)
Thanks Debi for the info on the deep cut Cambridge salts
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
01:46 PM ET (US)
Debi checked Ed Bowman's info...He has the TULIP cut as H&J 2813.

Found a little more info about the Buzz Stars ... Westmoreland reproduced the Cambridge salt. Lynda your salt may be one of them.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
01:44 PM ET (US)

Judy, we have to look at all research as done by human beings that make mistakes. I'm sure I've made some too, but I try to be as accurate as possible in identifying the salts in H&J. These comparisons and discussions we have here are great and go a long way in figuring things out. I've looked at Ed Bowman's Cambridge page and Salty Comments #34. There are errors. Ed Bowman relied heavily on Ed Berg's research, showing his sketches often. Assumptions were made with the six-sided shape 2813. I have two in that shape. One is 2813 that I showed just below in messages #138 and #139 with a six-petal daisy-like flower. The other is 2884 with the tulip flower. The Cambridge catalog #1201 salt as pictured here clearly shows the six-petaled daisy-like flower. But Ed Berg drew his tulip salt and called it Cambridge #1201. Then Ed Bowman repeated that.
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
12:19 PM ET (US)
Thanks Debi ... I'll check 2813 and 2884

Now for HJ 2812... This Buzz Stars / Buzz Saw salt has been driving me to drink. I'm pretty sure I sent the salt pictured in the book, but I don't think it is by Cambridge. I've looked thru my books and checked Ed Bowman's info' as well as a trusted seller on eBay and I'd put money on the results. The pictured salt is GERMAN. In your catalog section there is a page from a Dressier catalog circa 1931 that has the same BLANK center as the design in H&J. I think the Cambridge salt has a center section in the design that has a hob in an eight-pointed star. I have a clear salt that that fits Ed Boman's and Ed Berg's info. I also have another in amber that has a Westmoreland label on it.

Now I'm going to fix lunch and put some eye drops in my dry eyes...Maybe not in that order.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
11:45 AM ET (US)

This is the flower on 2813.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
11:44 AM ET (US)

This is 2813 with same view as shown in H&J. Judy, the salt pictures you posted are H&J 2884.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
11:39 AM ET (US)

Here's a few more of mine I took pictures of. This looks like 2826 but corners are rounded, not beveled, so I'm going to put this one in as the duplicate shown at 2831.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
11:04 AM ET (US)
Lynda, there's a cut glass version of that hobstar salt. Maybe that is what you have. Can't tell by that picture.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
11:03 AM ET (US)

   This is rim down.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
10:57 AM ET (US)

   I took pics of #2812 yesterday. But mine is different. This is bottom up.
Edited 07-21-2020 11:02 AM
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
09:13 AM ET (US)
Judy, beautiful pics, as always!!
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Jan SPerson was signed in when posted
07-21-2020
09:05 AM ET (US)
Debi, you have such a good eye for the tiniest details. I have to go check mine to see what I have.
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Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
07:26 AM ET (US)

H&J 2812 Cambridge 1191 - bottom
130
Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
07:24 AM ET (US)

H&J 2812 Cambridge 1191 - top
129
Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
07:22 AM ET (US)

H&J 2812 Cambridge 1191 - side 2
128
Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
07:20 AM ET (US)

H&J 2812 Cambridge 1191 - side
127
Judy in Texas
07-21-2020
07:18 AM ET (US)

H&J 2812 Cambridge 1191 - 3/4 view
cicra 1910-20

1 3/4" D, 15/16" H
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-20-2020
06:10 PM ET (US)
   Damn, that's too close. The more we do this, the more I respect William and Ptricia.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-20-2020
05:27 PM ET (US)

Here's 2825. Note the 4 squares in the middle.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-20-2020
04:49 PM ET (US)

  Side view of #2816, do not have any of the smaller ones.
Edited 07-20-2020 04:50 PM
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-20-2020
04:48 PM ET (US)

   2816 Master. 3" length. Possibly by Bryce Brothers, circa 1890. H/J picture.
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Lynda LaLondePerson was signed in when posted
07-19-2020
12:23 AM ET (US)
   Acorn salt..... I think I do. But I can't find it. Makes me crazy.
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Debi RaitzPerson was signed in when posted
07-18-2020
04:35 PM ET (US)
Thanks for the pictures Jan. They will fit well on the pages.

Lynda, Judy already posted a picture of the 2809 master salt. It's blue with an individual clear one. The contrast is good.

OK, so who's got the acorn salt?
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