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Raleigh Bottle Club
August 2002 Newsletter

Club typically meets the first Tuesday of each month. Schedule for upcoming club meetings:
Date Location
Tuesday Aug 6, 2002 7-9pm Clancey & Theys - downtown Raleigh
Tuesday Sep 3, 2002 7-9pm Clancey & Theys - downtown Raleigh
Tuesday Oct 1, 2002 7-9pm Clancey & Theys - downtown Raleigh
See directions below to Clancey & Theys Construction.

Topics in this Newsletter (click topic to jump there):
Happenings Membership Status Raffle Show & Tell Show Report .
Recent Finds Presentation Meeting Location Agenda Member Ads Show Calendar

The Raleigh Bottle Club is a non-profit organization that provides a forum for area antique bottle collectors to get together, talk bottles, buy/sell/trade, organize club digs, and just have fun. The club also serves the community by answering bottle questions and sponsoring an annual Bottle Show and Sale. The public can bring their bottles to club meetings for free appraisals and possibly sell them.

Current 2001/2002 officers:
David Tingen
President
John Arnold
Vice-president
Frank Bishop
Secretary
Reggie Lynch
Treasurer
Newsletter Editor
Show Chairman
Ronald Hinsley
Co-Show Chairman
Raleigh Bottle Club
Web: www.antiquebottles.com/raleigh/
All past newsletters are stored on the club web page for quick&easy reference, so there is no need to print and save them.

Meetings are open to the public, so drop by and check us out. We hope you'll consider joining the club. Club members receive the monthly newsletter, run free ads, and participate in all the fun and benefits the club has to offer.

Happenings

Mike Newman will be attending the Aug 6th Raleigh club meeting and is bringing lots of nice bottles to sell. Mike is on his way from Augusta GA to the National Show in Syracuse, NY.

David Jackson and Reggie are putting on the first Greensboro bottle show on Sun Nov 10, 2002. See the web page for details: www.antiquebottles.com/greensboro/

"CokeGirl" publishes the online newsletter "The Soda Fizz". The May 18, 2002 issue of the Fizz provided a nice link to our May newsletter, which gives us nice exposure to a large audience. Thanks, "CokeGirl".

For future presentation possibilities, see below.

Membership - Renewal - Directory

Total paid members: 115. We added 5 new members in June/July:

  1. Bill Jones of Jacksonville, FL - collects Jones Bottling Works from NC and T.R. Jones bottles.
  2. Bob Jochums of Duluth GA - collects cures.
  3. Singleton Bailey of Loris, SC - collects SC Dispensary bottles.
  4. Dennis Hucks of Tarboro, NC - collects all kinds of Coke, Pepsi, Medicines, and Whiskies.
  5. Fred Halterman of Charlotte, NC - collects blob top beers and inkwells.
Jerry Hall of Badin NC renewed his dues in advance - thanks.

Number newsletters mailed by post: 53, Emailed: 1006.

Dues are $15 (single or family). To join the Raleigh Bottle Club, please use the Membership Application web form or contact Reggie for a printed copy. The club newsletter is distributed to over 1,000 people, mostly in NC and the surrounding states. Members can place free ads, which will be seen by a large number of collectors in our area.

Raffle

Photo of the August raffle bottle is shown on the first page of this newsletter. Provided by Reggie Lynch, it's an amber 4�" BIM bottle embossed CHECKERS / MAKES PEOPLE NEW ALL OVER / CHECKERS MED, CO / WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. Checker's Medicine was a product of the Casper's Whiskey Co, so you can rest assure the alcohol content was high.

David Tingen is also donating the Dr Pepper / King of Beverages book (pictured right) that he picked up on a recent tour of the Dr Pepper museum in Texas. Raffle will include other bottles to be furnished at meeting.

Club members are encouraged to bring in bottles for the raffle we will have at each meeting. The raffle is fun for everyone and helps add money to the club treasury. For nicer bottles, the club treasury can reimburse the wholesale cost to the donator. Contact the treasurer before the raffle to make arrangements.

Show & Tell / Bottles For Sale

Members are encouraged to bring bottles into meetings for show and tell. These bottles are good candidates for pictures and maybe stories in our newsletter. But it's also a lot of fun to share and is a big part of what our hobby is about. Members are also encouraged to bring in bottles for sale, since the opportunity to buy nice bottles is another reason people come to meetings.

Show Report

This section provides reports on any recent shows, auctions, or other events where bottles were sold.

Salisbury NC May 18 Estate Auction for Guy Poplin

Guy Poplin use to live in Georgia and retired to Salisbury NC. Before passing away last year, he amassed quite a collection of mineral water, sodas, whiskies, jugs and more. This was all auctioned on Sat May 18th in Salisbury by Carolina's Auction & Realty Co.

Auctioneer Rod Poole did an excellent job of having everything prepared before the auction. He had 4 custom shelves built, each 4 shelves high on each side. Shelf A had Cokes on one side and Pepsi's on the other, most from NC/SC/GA. Shelf B had whiskey bottles on both sides. Shelf C had mineral water bottles on the left side (many the Lithia style) and milk bottles on the right side. Shelf D had more soda bottles. An extra shelf had embossed glass gallon size whiskey bottles. Tables aligned the left and right sides building with many more items laid out in nice fashion.

And then there was the front stage. Many coke trays, most of them 1920s, were arranged for easy viewing on the left side of the stage. Whiskey jugs were lined up on the right side. And the table in the front middle had a glass covered case where many of the gems lay, including some very rare bottles from Salisbury.

As bidders arrived, they were able to easily examine everything ahead of time. Preview started at 10am. The auction started around 2pm and ended around 8pm. Everything went very smooth and lots were sold quickly. Prices went high for many items, but there were some great bargains, too.

Here are some pictures from the auction:
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The auction underway - check out the jugs on center table and Coca-Cola trays to the left.
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David Tingen and Ralph Van Brocklin check out one side of the whiskey bottle shelf. Ralph won lots of good TN whiskies.
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View of the 3 main bottle shelves. Auctioneer custom built these shelves for the auction. They sure were a big help.
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Previewing the Coke trays.
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Auctioneer Rod Poole with two of the top bottles: MOYLE BRO'S flask and Richmond bowling pin Pepsi.
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The MOYLE BRO'S / CITY BAR / SALISBURY, N.C. pint flask.

Here's a list of some of the more notable items sold:

  1. Clear strap-sided pint flask embossed MOYLE BRO'S / CITY BAR / SALISBURY, N.C. in circular slug plate sold for $850.
  2. Two clear rectangular pint flasks embossed P.W. BROWN DISTILLER / SALISBURY, N.C. sold for $725 (clean but bruised) and $350 (stained with base chip).
  3. Richmond VA bowling Pepsi=Cola in perfect condition sold $1,200.
  4. TWIN CITY (Winston, NC I believe) blob beer sold $200.
  5. Slug plate soda HART DRUG / NORWOOD, N.C. sold $600 despite some bruises.
  6. Gallon jug "OLD SPRING MILL / P.W. BROWN / SALISBURY, NORTH CAROLINA sold $650.
  7. Cheerwine from Salisury with embossed cheeries sold $400 despite some damage.
  8. Amber HOME BREWING / RICHMOND, VA with eagle and closure sold $225.
  9. Wide mouth gallon Casper's Whiskey / Winston Salem, N.C. sold $250.
  10. Set of back bar bottles, including one from Jacksonville FL, sold for $425.
  11. Hobbleskirt Coke whimsey bottle sold $125.
  12. Gallon glass JACK DANIEL whiskey jug sold for $???.
  13. Amber TATE SPRINGS, TN mineral water sold for $600.
  14. Gunter / Jack Daniels flask sold $125.
  15. Pepsi=Cola / Concord, N.C. CON2 sold $900.
  16. Pepsi=Cola / Raleigh, N.C. in circular slug sold $150 with lip chip.
  17. ACL Graham milk from Charlotte sold $160.
  18. Original Coke trays sold in the $50-350 range.

I highly recommend Rod Poole's auction group if you need an estate auction in the Salisbury/Charlotte area. You can call them at (704) 633-7369 or Email auction@salisbury.net

Lumberton NC Show May 31 - June 1

The May 31-June 1 bottle show in Lumberton NC had a nice turn out as usual. Thanks to Paul Valenti and Richard Stephens for their work putting on the show. The dealer supper on Friday night was superb. Here are some pictures from the show:

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Evan proudly shows his dad's clear 8" pharmacy bottle embossed "MATINEE / DRUG CO. / {owl on pedestal} / BETHEL, N.C.". See closeup of bottle.
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David Jackson shows his recent find: a G-IV-3 Masonic/Eagle flask in rare ginger ale coloration with amethyst swirls. This flask was the talk of the Shupp's Grove Festival. Look for it in this Fall's Glass Works Auction. Here are some additional pictures: front, back, base.
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Corky Shore and a next generation collector.
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James Taylor showed this gallon jug incised "J.M. YOW / ERECT, NC".
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That's C.V. Vallance sitting down - he'll always greet you with "Got anything from Hamlet (N.C.)?" In right background, Paul Valenti is interviewed by the local news station.
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Some of the action on the floor.

Bethesda MD Show June 30

Reggie and Linda attended the Potomac Bottle Collector's show in Bethesda MD. Show chairman Jim Sears put on a nice show. Was a small show with only about 40 dealers, but turnout was great and dealers sold well. Here are some pictures from the show:
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Activity at the show.
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Some of the Baltimore crew: Bob Ford, Steve Charing, Hollie Walkley, and Larry Marshall.
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Indian bottle and collectibles display.
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Digging tools and relics display.

Shupp's Grove Festival July 18-20

David Jackson and Reggie made the trip to Adamstown PA for the first Shupp's Grove Bottle Festival. This replaced the old York show. It was an outdoor event with dealer setup starting Thu at 5pm and going on thru the night till the public came in Fri morning. I was able to make some good deals Thu night. Sorry no pictures, but the camera was on the fritz. Friday crowd was good, and I heard the Sat crowd was even better. One recommendation: don't expect to get any sleep if you camp out on the grounds due to traffic from adjacent interstate and the July heat. However, there's a lot of deal making at night and there was even a poker game that went on till 4am.

Recent Finds

If you have any recent finds to post here, or just want to share a favorite bottle, please submit info to the newsletter editor Reggie Lynch. Most pictures can be clicked to see the original full view before it was cropped to fit here.

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Scott Berry recently won this "ORB ROSEMARY FACE LOTION" from Bessemer City, N.C. on eBay. See full size view.
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Bill Jones contributed this picture: a Jones Bottling Delivery Truck. On the back it said it was chain driven.
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Danville, VA Pepsi:Cola with fluted based sold $314 on eBay.
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half pint SC DISPENSARY with palm tree - called the "skinny" flask because it is �" narrower than standard JoJo flask and �" taller. Listed as #138 in Huggins SC Dispensary book. Sold on eBay by John Derrick but reserve not met.
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Teal green 9�" mineral water embossed "WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS / GREENBRIAR, W.VA.". A resort right over the Virginia border. Drink was known as America's favorite morning laxitive. Sold $276 on eBay.
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Teal green squat soda "ROSS & OTTO / WASHINGTON D.C." sold $51 on eBay.
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Glass 2 tablespoon measuring cup (dose cup) from "T.C. Smith & Co / Druggists / Asheville, N.C." Sold $33 on eBay.
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Set of 4 Speas Ginger jars: the gallon, half gallon, quart and pint with non-original zinc lids added. Sold $750 on eBay.
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SC Dispensary quart cylinder with palm tree sold $525 on eBay.
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Dr Pepper with ACL of bottle cap from Greenville SC sold by Wayne Merritt for $41 on eBay.
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One gallon glass jug with wooden handle embossed in circular slug plate L. LAZARUS & SON / LEADING LIQUIR DEALERS / LYNCHBURG, VA. and base embossed "THE DIVISON / WEISKOPH CO. CIN. O." sold $56 on eBay.
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Pint size rectangular BIM whiskey with paper label for "Reserve / Fine Old Maryland Whis(ky) / Eduard Ahrens, Wilmington N.C." and embossed on back with "SOL. BEAR & CO. / WILMINGTON, N.C.". Sold $212 on eBay.
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Green "MASON & BURNS" soda sold $200 on eBay by Bubba Overcash. Circa 1859-60 from Richmond, VA.
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28 oz ACL Dr Pepper Dietetic bottle sold for $588 on eBay.
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SC DENNIS & CO / HILTON HEAD / S.C. circa 1863 teal green soda from Hilton Head Island, SC sold $305 with base chip but reserve not met.
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Teal colored ABM bottle embossed on front: MC in a double-ring circle, J.C.LAYMAN CO.INC. / BOTTLERS / BRISTOL,VA. reverse: MC in a double-ring circle, A WYRICK SPRING / PRODUCT base embossed MC. Info provided by seller Charlie Barnett (ebay whiskeyman9) : The Wyrick Springs were located in Crockett,Wythe County, VA. 5 gallon carboys are sometimes seen from this Spring Water Company. Evidently, Layman received a franchise to bottle the Spring Waters as he usually bottled Mint-Cola and other fruit drinks. This is only the 2nd bottle I have seen with Wyrick. Circa 1912 bottle. Also see photo of reverse side. Sold $202 on eBay.
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10�" strap handle jug stamped J.D. CRAVEN. Color is the typical Randolph County greenish gray glaze with shades of brown. (JD) Jacob Dorris Craven was born in 1827 and died in 1895. He was a Civil War era potter in Randolph & Moore Counties of North Carolina and produced mostly Salt Glazed stoneware. Sold $493 on eBay by newplumbing.
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This GII-60 Liberty flask sold recently for $2,375 on eBay by Virgil Svendsen, whose brother Victor dug the flask in Charleston SC on the 4th of July. Virgil said they were helping the land owner put in a fence after a previous dig on his lot. One of the fence posts struck an old privy. Lesson: be real nice to people who let you dig on their property.
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Clear 12" sun-colored amethyst "Caspers Whiskey / Made by Honest / North Carolina People.". Sold $406 on eBay. The clear Casper's are harder to find than the same bottle in cobalt blue.
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Half pint strap-sided whiskey flask with rare lime green tint. Embossed HOLBROOK & WINFREE / TRADE STREET / WINSTON, NC.. Sold by Rodney Leftwich for $230 on eBay.
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S-S Coke from Belton, SC sold $179 on eBay but reserve not met.
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Very rare GREENVILLE PEPSI-COLA / BOTTLING CO / R E ALLEN & BRO. CO. OWNERS back: GREENVILLE S C. listed as GREE-3 in Ayer's 2nd Pepsi book sold $202 on ebay with some damage.
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DR. LONG'S SARSAPARILLA JACOB'S PHARMACY ATLANTA GA. rare 9" medicine from pharmacy where Coca-Cola was invented. Sold eBay $200 by Jerry Icenhour.
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Hutch soda embossed "GASTONIA ELECTRIC / BOTTLING WORKS / GASTONIA, N.C.". Sold on eBay but reserve not met.
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10" amber PANACEA / MINERAL SPRING / WATER / PANACEA SPRING CO. / P.O.-LITTLETON, N.C. sold $191 on eBay with lip chip.
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Embossed White House Vinegar jar with original paper label and lid with glass insert sold $400 on eBay by Randy Faison. Paper label reads "White House, Brand, Pure Apple Cider, Vinegar, National, Fruit Product Company, Incorporated, Alexandria, Va. Winchester, Va., Martinsburg, W. Va., Contents 1 Pint 10 Fluid Oz.".
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Rare cobalt Ryan with tent style top (usually come with blob style top). Sold on eBay $788 by Peyton Youmans.
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6�" pharmacy JACOBS / PHARMACY / ATLANTA / GA." with picture of eagle perched on a mortar and pedestal. Sold $44 on eBay with some lip chips.
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� pint strap-sided flask embossed Phil. G. Kelly / Straight Whiskies / Richmond, Va. sold $228 on eBay.
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Pint size SC DISPENSARY with palm tree in rare tombstone style shape sold $1,400 on eBay.
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6" pharmacy bottle embossed "BRADHAM DRUG CO / NEW BERN, NC." sold $328 on eBay. Bradham was the inventor of Pepsi.
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7" aqua blob soda embossed F.DUSCH&SON / NO.2 EAST BROAD ST. / RICHMOND,VA sold $51 on eBay.
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7�" cobalt Francis Dusch from Richmond VA sold $107 on eBay.



Presentation:

None this month.

Future Presentations

Looking for other people to sign-up for presentations at future meetings, so please let us know when you would be willing to present. Presentations can be 5 to 60 minutes in length, and you can pick most any topic related to bottles and go-withs. There will be no presentation at the first meeting of each quarter to allow more time for chatting and buying/selling.
Possibilities for future presentations:

  1. Jimmie Wood - ACL soda bottles.
  2. Charlie Perry - White House Vinegar bottles.
  3. Vernon Capps - USA Hospital bottles.
  4. Jim Romine - W.VA. beer bottles.
  5. Russell Griffin - Coke bottles.
  6. Sonny Howell - Sat presentation at Granddaddy's.
  7. John Patterson - Sat presentation at Granddaddy's on NC milk bottles.
  8. Jerry Roughton wrote the book on NC medicines and has agreed to do a presentation on this topic and NC saloon tokens.
  9. Will Gorges - Civil War era.
  10. Donnie Medlin - picnic in Louisburg?

Meeting Location

Regular club meetings are held 7-9pm on the first Tuesday of each month at Clancy & Theys Construction Company where club member John Arnold works. Company is located at 516 W. Cabarrus Street in downtown Raleigh. Park in back of building by driving down road that runs between Clancy building and the AmTrak Station, then take first left that will take you behind the Clancy building. Use door at back center of building (door is locked, so knock on window to left where you will see club members). If you need help finding the meeting, call John Arnold (919) 427-0334 or Reggie Lynch (919) 612-0259 on their mobile phones.

Directions from the 440 Beltline: Take Glenwood Ave exit and head in town (away from Crabtree Valley Mall). Cross bridge over Wade Ave and turn right to "clover leaf" onto Wade Ave heading downtown. Merge right onto Capital Blvd heading downtown. Capital Blvd becomes N. Dawson St. Continue 0.7mi and turn right onto W. Cabarrus St. Cross railroad tracks, and just pass the Amtrak Station on right is #516 "Clancy & Theys Construction Co".

Directions from I-40: Take S. Saunders St exit and head North into downtown Raleigh. S. Saunders will turn into S. Wilmington St. Go pass Memorial Auditorium, then 2 blocks later turn left on W. Davie St., left on Dawson St, and right on W. Cabarrus St. Cross railroad tracks, and just pass the Amtrak Station on right is #516 "Clancy & Theys Construction Co".

You can also see directions on the Internet via www.mapquest.com by entering the "516 W. Cabarrus St, Raleigh, NC" address.

Agenda for the next meeting

  1. Bottle sales/trades till meeting starts (helps to arrive a little early).
  2. Hand out badges to members - introduce newcomers.
  3. Approve treasurer report and previous minutes in newsletter.
  4. Request articles for upcoming newsletters.
  5. Collect ads to run in the next newsletter. Current ads run for two months and must then be renewed. Just let Reggie know if you want to renew your same ad.
  6. Confirm date of next meeting as Tue Sep 3rd 7pm at Clancey & Theys in downtown Raleigh.
  7. Meeting presenters - sign-up people to do presentations of their collections at future meetings.
  8. Open discussion, announcements, digging stories, show & tell, latest bottles aquired, show reports, ...
  9. Invite a member to tell story of how they got started in bottle collecting.
  10. Consider having a 50/50 cash raffle at one of the meetings.
  11. Setup/announce any raffle bottles. The club can reimburse a nominal amount for nicer bottles - see treasurer in advance.
  12. Setup/announce any auction bottles. The seller can set a minimum bid with the amount above the minimum going to the club. So please bring any bottles that you want to auction (limit 5 per seller).
  13. Sell raffle tickets ($1 each, 6 for $5) while presentor gets ready. Also a good time to examine the raffle and auction bottles.
  14. Presentation.
  15. Show Plans
  16. Auction any bottles being offerred.
  17. Draw winning tickets for the raffle. 1st winner gets first choice and so on till all bottles are gone.
  18. Turn in badges and have badge drawing. Winner gets 6 raffle tickets good toward any future raffle.
  19. Conclude with Swap Meet - announce who has bottles for sale. Each person is encouraged to bring in bottles for sale/trade. Please limit yourself to a maximum of 4 boxes. Tables will be provided where bottles can be displayed for show or sale.

Member Ads

Ads are posted here free of charge to club members. Submit ad info to club secretary for inclusion in the next newsletter. Ads run for 2 months, then must be renewed to continue. If your ad ran before and you want to run it again without changes, just request "repeat same ad".
  1. Wanted: SC Dispensary bottles. Singleton Bailey, PO Box 95, Loris, SC 29569 phone (843) 756-7495 Email: dsbailey@sccoast.net

  2. Wanted: embossed nc drug store and medicines. Also hunting for conetop soda cans. Scott Berry ("sodapopkid"), (336) 946-2020, Email: sodapopkid27023@yahoo.com

  3. Wanted: NC Dispensary flasks, any style, any size. Will buy or trade. Jerry Higgins, (919) 553-3341, Email: Higswalk@ipass.net

  4. Wanted: West Virginia beer bottles, any type, any age. Jim Romine, (919) 774-1173, Email: jromine@wave-net.net.

  5. Wanted: embossed blob top bottles from NC (esp. pontilled sodas) in undamaged condition. Reggie Lynch, Email: rlynch@antiquebottles.com, phone: (919) 789-4545. Check out my bottles for sale on the Internet www.antiquebottles.com/rl/ and in booth 615 at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington, N.C.

Calendar of Events and Upcoming Shows

Also see Antique Bottle Shows, AntiqueNC.com, NC State Fairgrounds Calendar of Events, NC Festivals and Fairs, Southeastern Antiquing & Collecting, Raleigh OnLine, Spectator Magazine - Special Events.

Aug 10, 2002
Vicksburg, MS
5th Annual VIcksburg Antique Bottle Show & Sale, 8am-4pm at the Battlefield Inn, 4137 I-20 N. Frontage Rd, Exit 4-B, Vicksburg, MS. Info: Cason Schaffer, 107 East View Drive, Vicksburg, MS 39183 phone (601) 638-1195.
Aug 10-11, 2002
Syracuse, NY
The Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors National Show & Sale, Sat. 1-5pm & Sun. 9am-3pm, early buyers Sat. 1pm, at the Onondaga County Convention Center at Incenter, Syracuse, NY. Info: BARBARA SCHWARTING, 6046 Sandbank Rd., Jordan, NY 13080, Email: baschwart@aol.com, or LARRY FOX, 5478, Rte. 21, Canandaigue, NY 14424, PH: (716) 394-8958. Also see FOHBC page.
Aug 23-24, 2002
Norcross, GA
32nd Annual Bottle Show & Sale of the Southeastern Antique Bottle Club. Fri. 9am-6pm & Sat. 9am-4pm (early buyers Fri. 9 AM) at the North Atlanta Trade Center, 1700 Jeurgens Court, Norcross, GA. Info: Jack Hewitt, 1765 Potomac Court, Lawrenceville, GA 30243. PH: (770) 963-0220, Email: hewittja@bellsouth.net, Or contact Fred Taylor, Email: fredtay@bellsouth.net
Aug 25, 2002
Moorefield, WV
The Potomac Highlands Antique Bottle and Glass Collector's Club, 4th Annual Show and Sale, (9 AM to 3 PM), at a new location, Moorefield Fire Co. Auxiliary Bldg., the blue bldg. along the RR on Jefferson St. in Moorefield, WV. Info: Rodney Funkhouser, Rt. 1 Box 132, Baker, WV 26801, PH: 304-897-6910, Email: rfmfg@hardynet.com
Aug 30-Sep 2, 2002
Hillsville, VA
37th Annual Hillsville Antique Show Aug. 30-Sep. 2 � Hillsville, VA, at 440 West Stuart Drive. 4 big days-Labor Day weekend. Over 2000 vendors! For more information call Riley Horne at 919-553-4457 or Email: usatrapper@aol.com
Sep 7, 2002
Austin, TX
Austin Bottle & Insulator Club Annual Show & Sale, 9am-3pm, at the North Austin Lions Club, 1103 Justin Lane, Austin, TX. Info: GARY INGRAM, 3504 Indian Point Dr., Austin, TX 78739. Email: gdingram@hotmail.com
Sep 13-14, 2002
Asheville, NC
"September in Asheville" show of Western North Carolina Antique Bottle & Collectibles Club annual club show (2nd weekend of every Sept) at Best Western on 275 Smokey Park Hwy (exit 44 on I-40), Asheville, NC. Fri noon-8pm, Sat 8am-2pm. Will have about 106 8ft tables, $25 each, limit 3 per dealer. No admission charge. Info: Larry Glenn, PO Box 1391, Candler, NC 28715, phone (828) 667-2049, or Tom Mattox, phone: (828) 298-8137.
Sep 15, 2002
Winchester, VA
Apple Valley Bottle Collectors Club 28th Annual Show & Sale Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. (Always on the 3rd Sunday of September) Early Entry available at 7am. Show will be at War Memorial Building, Jim Barnett Park, East Cork St. & Purell Ave, Winchester, VA. INFO: FRANK KOWALSKI, 3015 Northwestern Pike, Winchester, VA 22603-3825. PH: (540) 877-1093 (after 5:00 p.m.), Email: polishbn@shentel.net
Sep 15, 2002
Kirtland, OH
The Ohio Bottle Club's 34th Annual Show & Sale, (Sun 9am-2pm, early buyers Sat 7am), at the Lakeland Community College, I-90 & Rt. 306, Kirtland, OH. Info: ROBERT SMITH, PH: (440) 285-4184, or TIM KEARNS, PH: (440) 285-7576, Email: tkearns4@aol.com.
Sep 21, 2002
Jacksonville, FL
Antique Bottle Collectors of North Florida 35th Annual Show & Sale, Sat. 8am-3pm, early buyers Fri. 6-9pm and Sat 7am, at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge, 5530 Beach Blvd., Jacksonville, FL. Info: WAYNE HARDEN, 3867 Winter Berry Rd., Jacksonville, FL 32210. PH: (904) 781-2620, Email: abcnf@juno.com.
Sep 22, 2002
Lewes, Delaware
Delmarva Antique Bottle Club 9th Annual Antique Bottle, Advertising, & Collectible Show & Sale Sunday at Cape Henlopen High School. Info: Alan Wesche, (410) 352-5975 or Ferd Meyer, Phone: (302) 945-7072, Email: jfmeyer4@cs.com.
Sep 27-28, 2002
Liberty, NC
Liberty Antique Festival has over 300 dealers. A few bottles can be found. From I-85 in Burlington, take the Hwy 49 exit and head south to Libery. Then follow signs. Put on by Janmar Promotions, PO Box 939, Liberty, NC 27298. Call Vito or Mary Ellen Sico or Janet Hill at (336) 622-3040 or 622-3535.


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