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THE BEST IS GOOD ENOUGH (arched) / ESTABLISHED 1851 / (Drawing of a bear within a shield with the words TRADE and MARK above and below. In a banner beneath the shield, the motto SATIS BONUM EST OPTIMUM mirrors in Latin the top line.) / W. H. JONES & CO. / IMPORTERS / BOSTON

ID#: HEC2559
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Glass Category:Liquor advertising
Glass Type:Jelly glass
Label Type:Usual white-etched label
Dimensions:2-5/16 " x 1-15/16 " x 1-3/8"
Edmonson:OASG, p. 177, entry #9
W. H. Jones & Co. listed from 1851-1917.

Judging from the variation in the firm's name, this glass dates back to 1905-1906.

Rolin Jones, Westley Jones & Harry L. Dane (1901). They also owned the Elm Hill Distilling Co.

Brand names used by this company include: "Bigwood", "Blackstone ", "Blackstone ", "Blue Jay", "Bob Ton", "Brookhouse", "Brushwood", "Buckmont", "Butternut", "Cobweb Club", "Elm Hill ", "Elm Hill ", "Hanover", "Haymarket", "Holiday", "Holiday Rye", "Jupiter Gin", "Kingswood", "Old Gold ", "Old Gold ", "Old Northbridge", "Rainbow", "Ruthven", and "White Clover Gin."

Company name timeline:
W. H. Jones & Co.

Address timeline:
159 Hanover Corner Blackstone

Find out more about W. H. Jones & Co.

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