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I posted a message in RFC about a cookbook I bought some years ago. I
went through it yesterday and found a flier in it about canning lids.
It is dated June 27, 1987.

60 doz. #70 regular lids (flats) @ $36.50 $ .61 a dozen
36 doz. #86 widemouth lids (flats) @ $36.50
10 doz. #63 lids (flats) @ $10.50

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