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12-Piece Regular Mouth Canning Jar Lids Set by Ball

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  • Overall: 1" H x 2.75" W x 2.75" D

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    "Hi, how many lids come in a box?" — Carol
    "Hi Carol, a box includes 12 lids."
    — Brook from Wayfair
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