I like the seller’s no-nonsense “just-the-facts-ma’am” description. Often, less is more. These glass JOL’s were cold-painted, which is why they very seldom surface in such pristine, original condition. Although these aren’t particularly rare, I can’t recall seeing one in such nice shape in a long time, totally justifying the ending value. (The bonus is that I learned something from reading about the item!)
These cold-painted glass JOLs are not particularly rare, but what sets this one apart is the condition of the paint. Made in the teens and into the early 1920s, these typically have severely deteriorated paint. Often they are cracked and missing the threaded top. This seems to be one of the nicest examples I've seen for some time. I think a price up to $200 is reasonable.
03/21 Update: Someone snagged themselves a deal, picking this up for a relative song at $154.63.
SCORE!! Someone, not me, made a very lucky purchase. This poor Kansas seller underestimated the value of this cold-painted glass JOL jar. Even in this typical condition with much missing paint these haul in ten to fifteen times the price they placed on this as a BIN.