It's a Scull's coffee canister. It says "Here you are sir" then trademark on the lid. The glass is uneven and looks to be blown freehand by the pontil mark on the bottom. I haven't been able to find anything out about it
I bought this at auction
This is an early 20th century General Store jar for coffee beans; the large glass jar is mold blown glass with pontil mark on the underside. The pressed tin lid advertises for Scull's Coffee and features their butler mascot and Here you are Sir motto. It is rather unusual for an early 20th century General Store jar to be hand blown. If the lid did not fit so well, it may have been considered a marriage of a mid 19th century glass jar with a replaced lid. Scull Coffee and Tea merchants were established in Camden, NJ in 1831. If it were not for the lid with the butler mascot, the jar would be dated earlier. Tracing Scull's advertising campaigns to when the butler mascot was first introduced may help in establishing a more firm time frame. Most of the Scull butler mascot campaigns tend to be be from the 1920s.The estimate is based on actual recent past recorded auction sales of comparables. Retail 'asking prices' can be higher and vary.