Found in the late 1960's in the crawl space of a farmhouse we had just purchased, these two jars are the last of several resurrected, emptied of tomatoes and cleaned and packed away for the last 40 years. Crystal clear, they are in excellent condition. The smaller half-pint marked on the bottom with a letter `K'. Under that the numbers 1875 (not a manufacture date), and then the number `7'. Four tiny stars embossed around the shoulder.
The pint jar is marked on the bottom with a logo I do not recognize and the number `2' located below and on either side of the logo. Admittedly, their matching lids have been lost, but still charming for the old country kitchen and just the place to drop candy or loose change. Price is for both.