Southeast Bottle Club

Southeast Bottle Club
April/May 2004 Newsletter

Topics in this Newsletter (click topic to jump there):
Book Corner Planned Events Membership Status Raleigh NC Festival Harrisonburg VA Show
Recent Finds Raleigh Club Member Ads Show Calendar .
Dr Pepper Book

Southeast Bottle Club
Editor: Reggie Lynch
We welcome articles, stories, finds, and pictures for upcoming issues of the newsletter. All past newsletters are stored on the club web page for quick and easy reference, so there is no need to print them (save a tree instead).

The Southeast Bottle Club is a non-profit organization serving the Southeastern United States. All meetings and events 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 via Email or postal mail, run free ads in this newsletter, and participate in all the fun and benefits the club has to offer. Free Email-only membership is also available - just request it. This newsletter is currently distributed to over 3,600 bottle collectors. Information within this newsletter may be reprinted as long as credit is given to the source.

Raffle Bottles for July 31, 2004 Swap Meet

Book Corner - New Dr Pepper Bottle Book

This month the book corner features the new Dr. Pepper Collectible Bottles, Identification and Values, by Ray H. Duncan. Here is info provided by the author:

This book was written as a guide to the Dr Pepper and related bottles that were instrumental in the development of the Dr Pepper Company. It is easy to see the development in early soda bottles and the innovations made almost every few years from 1891 to the 1980s. For many years, I longed for a reference to the Dr Pepper bottles and the chronology of development. Unfortunately, there was none available and what few books did reference Dr Pepper bottles contained very little and often conflicting data. This is easily understood, for there were few if any records kept by the Artesian Manufacturing and Bottling Company and The Dr Pepper Bottling Company in the early years. The information presented here is based upon hundreds of conversations with bottle collectors, patent searches, limited printed material including newspaper and magazine ads, and historical speculation.

I have noted the scarcity of each bottle, and that certainly can affect the value of a bottle. Condition plays a large role in the value of any antique, and bottles are no exception. I have included a "common ground" price guide to many of the bottles listed in this book. Please use these values as a "guide only" for determining the value of a particular bottle.

For more info about the book, visit the web page or contact the author Ray H. Duncan, 1606 CR 761, Devine, TX 78016, (830) 665-6049.

Click to visit the BAM Magazine web page

Planned Events for Southeast Bottle Club

The Southeast Bottle Club sponsors an annual show and several other events each year. Here's the list of upcoming events:
  1. Saturday July 31, 2004 noon-2pm: Swap Meet, Raffle, and Presentation at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington, NC. David Jackson will be doing the presentation on whiskey bottles, including his Casper's collection. Like all Southeast Bottle Club events, this swap meet is open to the public, so members and non-members may attend. Everyone is encouraged to bring bottles for sell and trade - but please limit what you bring to what will fit in two boxes. Please bring a folding chair to help us with the seating. There will be a raffle with some great bottles, 4 of which are pictured on the front cover of this newsletter. Free appraisals will be given, and there will be free bottles for kids. Some come join us for the fun. Directions: in Burlington NC take EXIT 145 at I-40/I-85, then north on Maple Ave about 1/4 mile. Grandaddy�s is on the right at 2316 Maple Ave. For a PowerPoint flyer on this event, click here.

  2. Saturday Sep 25, 2004 9am-3pm: investigating the possibility of having an outdoor Fall Festival on the same Sep 24-26 weekend as the Southern Ideal Home Show, which will have their Fall Show on the NC State Fairgrounds. This is also the same weekend as the Liberty Antique Festival. Stay tuned for details and let us know if you're interested.

  3. Sunday Nov 21, 2004 9am-3pm: the 3rd Annual Greensboro Bottle, Insulator & Collectibles Show & Sale has been scheduled again in Greensboro NC. The later date in November avoids previous conflicts with the Pittsburg PA and Elkton MD shows. Full details at

  4. Saturday April 9, 2005 8:00am-3:00pm: 3rd annual Raleigh Spring Bottle Festival outdoors on the lawn at the NC State Fairgrounds. Full details at:

The club maintains a web page directory where we publish a list of antique shops that help us promote our bottle events by allowing us to place flyers in their shops. This page is located at:
Contact us if your are willing to distribute bottle event flyers in exchange for a free listing on this web page directory.

Click to visit Jar Doctor web page

Membership Status for Southeast Bottle Club

The Southeast Bottle Club does not require membership to receive its newsletter by Email or to attend any of its events. The newsletter is distributed free by Email to encourage more bottle collectors to participate in the events sponsored by the club and the other clubs in the Southeast region. But paid membership is encouraged to help support the many activites sponsored by the club. So why not consider joining today? Click here for the online membership application, or for a printed copy just fill out the application on the inside of the back page of each newsletter. Remember that paid members can run free ads in this newsletter, and when you consider the newsletter is distributed to over 3,600 collectors, that's pretty cheap advertising for your bottle dollars.

Thanks to these new members who recently paid dues to join the Southeast Bottle Club: David Powell - Savannah GA, Pat Hall - Batesburg SC, Doug McCoy - Marietta GA, Larry Herrin - Stanfield NC, DeWitt Helm - Beaufort SC, Phil Perkinson - Norlina NC, Harold Proctor - Raleigh NC, Gary Ridge - Louisville KY, Tim Adams - North Wilkesboro NC,

and thanks to these collectors who recently renewed their membership: Bill Owen - Salisbury NC, Skip Henderson - Chapel Hill NC, Jerry Hall - Badin NC, Harry Mills - Wadmalaw Island SC, Charles Riffle - Winston-Salem NC, Mike Page - Lyons GA,

Show Report

This section provides reports on any recent shows, auctions, or other events where bottles were sold. If you are going to a bottle show that Reggie plans to attend, please bring your show & tell bottles so he can photograph them and publish in this newsletter. If you attend a show in the Southeast and want your pictures/story shown here, then just submit your info and we'll publish them.

Raleigh NC Festival April 17, 2004

The Southeast Bottle Club's 2nd annual Spring Bottle Festival was held on Saturday April 17, 2004 outdoors at the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, NC. The weather cooperated and provided a beautiful day. There was a great crowd throughout the day for the 30 dealers that set up. The Southern Ideal Home Show provided a continous flow of people by the dealer tables that were setup in the middle of the fairgrounds traffic. In fact, people were literally coming in all day by the bus loads. And the earlier advertising to bottle collectors brought in lots of bottle buyers for the dealers.

Plans have already been firmed up to repeat the festival next year on Saturday April 9, 2005 when the Southern Ideal Home Show comes back to Raleigh. See this page for details. The only thing to be determined is a possible rain date, which will be determined once the May 2005 calendar becomes available to the fairgrounds.

Below are some pictures from the show. To see all the pictures taken, click here.

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Some of the dealer tables with Dorton Arena in the background.
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Mini jug brought in for show & tell. Stencilled Compliments Of / J.G. LEWIS, / BONNERTON, N.C..
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More dealer tables nestled under the trees. Weather was a bit cool in the morning, then perfect in the afternoon.
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Reggie and Linda's dog Lily attracts a young admirer.
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The Southeast Bottle Club tables manned by Reggie and Linda Lynch saw a lot of action through the day, especially handing out free bottles to kids.
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This show & tell bottle shows the evolution of transportation from covered wagons, to steam locomotive, to automobile, to airplane.

Harrisonburg VA April 25, 2004

The Historical Bottle Diggers of Virginia presented their 33rd Annual Antique & Old Bottle Show & Sale in Harrisonburg VA. The show was another success that was enjoyed by buyers, who added some nice bottles to their collections, and dealers, who sold well. Congratulations to show chairman Sonney Smiley who put on an exemplary show with 64 dealer tables (49 dealers) and about 250 paid admissions.

There was another bunch of fine displays with 1st Place and Most Educational honors going to Al Funcham for his Fruit Jar display. 2nd Place and People's Choice went to young Lyndsey Grove for her Breyer Horse display.

Below are some pictures from the show. To see all the pictures taken, click here.

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Linda Lynch running Reggie's table while he shops the other tables.
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Green WHITLOCK'S / NEW YORK / BM & EA whiskey shown by Lee Baumgardner.
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Lyndsey Grove and her display of Breyer Horses. It was very contagious listening to her talk about how she started and grew her collection. Must have rubbed off from her bottle collecting dad.
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Bruce Adwell (slimdigger on eBay) and his son Brock.
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Action on the show floor was brisk with a good flow of buyer traffic.
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Monticello Dairy sign (from Charlottesville VA) bought by Reggie at the show. This sign has been consigned to the upcoming Aug 5-7 Country Store Auction in Mebane, NC.
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Some of the people lined up to get in the door at 9am.
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Display of Rockingham County milk bottles, which includes Harrisonburg VA.

Southeast Bottle Club T-shirts, Caps, Tote Bags

Show your pride in Southeast bottle collecting by buying one of the t-shirts, caps, tote bags, or other items bearing the Southeast Bottle Club logo. These items can be ordered online at:
If your club would like to setup their own site to sell stuff with their logo, contact my wife Linda Lynch at Email

Recent Finds

This section includes recent items sold on eBay and other items shared by collectors. If you have a recent find to post here, or just want to share a favorite bottle, please submit info to the newsletter editor. Most pictures can be clicked to see the original full view before it was cropped to fit here.

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1840s American seal bottle that reads I.L.M. Smith / WINE MERCHT / BALTIMORE sold on eBay by 1dawgs.
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Rare aqua 2 3/4" drape style ink with open pontil sold on eBay by tunibott. Seen in cobalt blue before, this is the first aqua example seen.
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Seltzer bottle with PROPERTY OF / COCA-COLA / BOTTLING CO. / MONTGOMERY, ALA. sold on eBay by adair872.
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Pint W. J. Taylor / Dairy / East Wilmington from North Carolina sold on eBay by fondrememberings.
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Medium green GEO. GEMENDEN / SAVANNAH GEO. soda with eagle on front, embossing on rear, and pontil base sold on eBay by sangamospecial.
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COMMON SENSE IMPROVED 7" aqua jar sold on eBay by baby-yorkies.
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Medium green A.W. COLEMAN'S / ANTISEPTIC AND TONIC BITTERS sold on eBay by medman4. Also see base, view 1, and view 2
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Unembossed pint whiskey with 5 color paper label reading OLD STORAGE / STRAIGHT CORN / WHISKEY / REGISTERED DISTILLERY NO 305 / THE CASPER CO INC / ROANOKE VA. sold on eBay by anthgant. Casper whiskey went out of business in 1911 and was located at the intersection of Rt 460 and Rt 116 in Roanoke. The place is still called Casper Hill.
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Gallon jug stencilled JACK DANIEL'S / OLD TIME DISTILLERY / OLD NO.7 / LYNCHBURG, TENN. sold on eBay by fullensstation.
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9 7/8" A.M. BININGER & CO. / NO. 375 BROADWAY, N.Y. in a yellow/gingerale color sold on eBay by bottleski.
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4 1/2" honey amber sample bitters embossed CALIFORNIA FIG & HERB BITTERS / CALIFORNIA FIG PRODUCTS CO. SAN FRANCISCO, CAL. sold on eBay by islesea.
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Early Fowler's / Cherry Smash dispenser sold on eBay by clk_triad_rr_com.
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1895 advertising booklet for "Dead Stuck for Bugs" shows an interesting skeleton-shaped bottle which sold on eBay by member447521. Also see 2nd and 3rd pages.
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One of the better repros - an amber quart cylinder SOUTH CAROLINA DISPENSARY with palmetto tree sold on eBay by 4tals.
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Amber western cure embossed LASH'S KIDNEY AND / LIVER CURE / THE BEST CATHARTIC / AND BLOOD PURIFIER sold on eBay by thegenuineone.
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Clear quart KIDNEY WHISKEY Co. / RICHMOND , VA. sold on eBay by slimdigger.
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Yellow amber 11" figural bitters embossed Seaworth Bitters Co. / Cape May / New Jersey U.S.A. sold on eBay by adaman.
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6 1/4" saloon whiskey flask embossed F.G. McCOY CO. INC / THE / WELLINGTON / SALOON / PRESCOTT, ARIZ. sold on eBay by ms.dahl.
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Amber wicker-covered whiskey bottle with great label-under-glass that shows picture of woman and reads Old Beaver Dam / Bourbon / Geo. E. Doolittle & Co / Detroit, Mich. sold on eBay by eaglebot1.
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Cobalt blue UNDERWOOD'S INKS with great front and rear labels sold on eBay by spazooch.
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Always keep an eye out for Orange Crush bottles that have Ward's on them. This clear 1920s 6 FL. OZ. / WARD'S / ORANGE CRUSH / TRADEMARK REG with SUFFOLK, VA. on the base sold on eBay by 5861.
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Yellow olive Shaker bottle embossed Tilden & Co. / New Lebanon NY. with graphite pontil sold on eBay by mrpontil.
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Extremely rare Coca-Cola with Kansas City, MO. on the rear sold on eBay by paolacollector. Kansas City had the only known amber Coke from Missouri.
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9 3/8" circa 1865-1875 yellow amber OLD CONTINENTAL WHISKEY with standing Continental Soldier and the date 1776 sold on eBay by simonsays.
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5 5/8" cobalt blue medicine embossed H.POPE DRUGGIST N. ORLEANS with iron pontil base sold on eBay by diggerdaveb
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Pre-1908 shot glass that reads PRIDE OF / NORTH CAROLINA / CORN WHISKEY / CHAS AREY / SALISBURY NC. sold on eBay by bob5335.
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Amber H.H. Warner's / Tippecanoe w/ Bitter's label sold on eBay by medman4. More commonly seen with label for DYSPEPSIA instead of BITTERS.
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7 3/8" amethyst tinted Pepsi embossed in circular slug plate OCALA / Pepsi=Cola / CO. / OCALA, FLA. sold on eBay by wickerbill*1.
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7 3/4" aqua Pepsi embossed in circular slug plate THE TARPON SPRINGS / PEPSI COLA / BOTTLING CO. / TARPON SPRINGS FLA. sold on eBay by cqb9021.
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Sanford's horseshoe ink with full labels sold on eBay by mypup.
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Coble's QUALITY DAIRY PRODUCTS with STILL GOING Fine ON DAD'S MILK or rear sold on eBay by jl8892. Dairy was in Lexington NC. Mr. Coble pictured his own children on the reverse.
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Coca-Cola blotter sold on eBay by jiggym60.
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Midget size amber Mason's / Patent / Nov 30 1858 fruit jar sold on eBay by marsellzit.
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Medium yellow green G II-3 side beaded flask with open pontil base sold on eBay by 2ritzy2.
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9 3/4" olive yellow S.T. DRAKES 1860 PLANTATION X BITTERS / PATENTED 1862 sold on eBay by hoosierjar.
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Pint size strap-sided flask embossed in circular slug plate John H. Kuck / Wilmington, N.C. sold on eBay by dsbailey725.
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Listed as KU-2 in Rudy Khun's Poison Workbook, this 7 1/4" cobalt blue wasp-waisted bottle embossed on base with ECLIPSE POISON BOTTLE and on rear with RD NO 460944 sold on eBay by docpoison.
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Cobalt blue 9 3/4" unembossed bitters barrel sold on eBay by turnitup38.

Raleigh Show & Tell

Here are some pictures from the April 6th meeting of the Raleigh Bottle Club. Click any picture to see a close-up. Note that the Raleigh Club meets the first Tuesday of each month. For more details, including directions to the meeting, see
Note: the new location of the club meetings is the Glen Laurel Clubhouse at 4330 Galax Drive in Raleigh.

Pictures from the Apr 2004 meeting:
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Some different colored throw away Pepsi bottles show by Donnie Medlin.
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Donnie shows a Pepsi booklet featuring Babe Ruth.
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This Pine State Dairy tray was part of show & tell.
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The raffle gag gift won by Dean Haley was a doctored-up poster of Bill Clark in front of a pickup truck (Bill is a truck nut). Dean happily gave the poster to Bill.

Pictures from the May 2004 meeting:
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Jackie Freeman gave a great presentation on his patriotic milk bottle collection.
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For Sale and Show & Tell bottles brought in by Reggie.

The next Raleigh Bottle Show has been set for Saturday Mar 19, 2005 in the Holshouser Building on the NC State Fairgrounds. This will be a one day show (no longer having a Friday dealer setup).

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Member Ads

Ads are posted here free of charge to paid Southeast Bottle Club members. Submit ad info to the newsletter editor 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".

To run a display ad in the main part of the newsletter, contact the editor for arrangements. Price is $30/month for a � page ad. Rates available upon request for other ad sizes.

  1. Wanted: Bottles and items pertaining to Groves Bottling Co. which was located on Patton Avenue in Asheville, NC during the early 1900's. My grandfather J.A. Groves bottled cola and fruit drinks. Picture to right shows the company. This is not the same Grove as E.W. Grove who owned Paris Medicine Co in St. Louis, which later became Grove Laboratories. Contact Harold Proctor, Email:

  2. Wanted: North Carolina slug plate bottles; crown top sodas, hutchinson, blob top, medicines, and milk bottles from the Piedmont Area (Winston-Salem, Thomasville, High Point, Lexington, Spencer, etc). Especially want any bottles marked Winston or Salem. Contact Charles Riffle, 241 Willowcrest Drive, Winston-Salem, N.C. 27107, PH: 336-769-9817 Email:

  3. Wanted: Chero-Cola, Koka Nola, Bludwine, or 3 Centa advertising fans, pocket mirrors, calendars, or openers. Also, Georgia stenciled distillery jugs. Contact: Philip Haley, (706) 335-2556, Email:

  4. Wanted: Mason's colored 1858s with reverse embossing. For sale or trade: Qt. MINT Extreme whittle Magic (star) Fruit Jar $2400 --Half Gal.Mint yellow olive Root $500 --pure yellow Half Gal Lindell wax sealer two small outside lip chips $500 --Skip Kehrer-- Email for pic. Email:

  5. For Sale or Trade: Bitters, Flasks, Poisons, Inks and miscellaneous antique bottles. Always interested in buying good bottles, one bottle, or a collection. Howard Crowe, PO Box 133, Gold Hill, NC 28071 phone: (704) 982-0305.

  6. Need help selling your bottles? I will consign your nicer bottles to get you top dollar. Also buying whole collections. Reggie Lynch, Email:, phone: (919) 789-4545. Check out my bottles for sale on the Internet and in booth 615 at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington, N.C.

Calendar of Events and Upcoming Shows

Also see Antique Bottle Shows which has year round listings and more links to sites with shows.

July 31, 2004
Burlington, NC
Southeast Bottle Club Swap Meet, Raffle and Presentation at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington, NC. David Jackson will be doing the presentation on whiskey bottles, including his Casper's collection. Like all Southeast Bottle Club events, this swap meet is open to the public, so members and non-members may attend. Everyone is encouraged to bring bottles for sell and trade - but please limit what you bring to what will fit in two boxes. Please bring a folding chair to help us with the seating. There will be a raffle with some great bottles. Free appraisals will be given, and there will be free bottles for kids. Some come join us for the fun. Directions: in Burlington NC take Exit 145 at I-40/I-85, then north on Maple Ave about 1/4 mile. Grandaddy�s is on the right at 2316 Maple Ave. For a PowerPoint flyer on this event, click here.
Aug 13-15, 2004
Memphis, TN
The Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors National Show, Sat 9am-4pm and Sun 9am-3pm, setup and early buyers Fri 2pm-6pm and Sat 7am-9am, banquet Fri 7pm, auction Sat 7pm, at the Memphis Cook Convention Center, 255 N. Main St., Memphis Tenn. INFO: GENE BRADBERRY, P.O. Box 341062, Memphis, TN 38184 PH: (901) 372-8428, E-mail:
Click here for full details.
Aug 15, 2004
Millbrook, NY
Hudson Valley Bottle Club 17th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-3pm, early buyers 8am, at the Millbrook Firehouse, (4 miles East of Taconic State Parkway on Route 44), Millbrook, NY. Info: KEVIN DeMARTINE, R.R. 1,Box 180, Rt. 44, Salt Point, NY 12578, phone (845) 677-3638, or ART CHURCH, 411 Hillside Lake Rd., Wappingers Falls, NY 12590, phone (845) 221-4259.
Aug 21, 2004
Metairie, LA
New Orleans Antique Bottle Club's 31st Annual Show & Sale Sat. 9am-5pm at the Quality Hotel, 2261 N. Causeway Blvd., Metairie, Louisiana. INFO: KIRK DIEZ, 2605 Winifred St., Metairie, LA 70003, PH: (504) 887-8913, E-mail: .
Aug 22, 2004
Moorefield, WV
The Potomac Highlands Antique Bottle and Glass Collector's Club, 6th Annual Show and Sale, 9am-3pm at the 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, phone (304) 897-6910, Email:
Aug 27-28, 2004
Norcross, GA
34th 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. In conjunction with The Pride of Dixie Antique Show Antiquarian Book Show. Info: Jack Hewitt, 1765 Potomac Court, Lawrenceville, GA 30243. PH: (770) 963-0220, Email:
Sep 10-11, 2004
Jacksonville, FL
Antique Bottle Collectors of North Florida 37th 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:
Sep 12, 2004
Lewes, DE
Delmarva Antique Bottle Club 12th Annual Antique Bottle, Advertising, & Collectible Show & Sale Sunday 9am-3pm at Cape Henlopen High School, Lewes, DE. Dealer setup Sunday 6:30am (no Saturday setup). Info: Ferd Meyer, 16 Cove View, Long Neck, DE. 19966, phone: (302) 945-7072, Email: or Peter Beaman, (302) 684-5055, Email:
Sep 17-18, 2004
Union, SC
Uniqely Union Bottle Show & Sale, Fri. noon-7pm & Sat. 8am-1pm at the Union County Fairgrounds, Hwy. 176 by pass, Union, SC Info: MIKE SANDERS, 1008 Bishop Road, Union, SC. 29379, PH: (864) 427-3367 (days) or (864) 427-9340 (nights)
Sep 17-18, 2004
CANCELLED due to Hurricane Ivan
Waynesville, NC
13th Annual Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale sponsored by the Western North Carolina Antique Bottle & Collectibles Club. At the Haywood County Fairgrounds - take exit 24 off I-40, then south on Hwy 209 to Lake Junaluska. Go 2.7 miles and fairgrounds will be on the left. This is a larger facility with room for 100+ tables, super lighting, and great parking. Dealer setup times: Fri 11:00am-noon, Sat 7:00am-8:00am. Public: Fri noon-7:00pm, Sat 8:00am-2:00pm. Security provided Fri 7pm till Sat 7am. Info: Larry Glenn, PO Box 1391, Candler, NC 28715, phone (828) 667-2049 days, 667-0529 nights, 712-1117 cell, Email: or Tim Branch (828) 669-5486, Email:
Sep 19, 2004
Winchester, VA
Apple Valley Bottle Collectors Club 31st Annual Show & Sale Sunday 9am-3pm, early buyers 7:30am, (Always on the 3rd Sunday of September) at the Hampton Inn, 1204 Berryville Ave., Rt. 7 and I-81 exit 315, Winchester, VA. Info: GINNY BOWERS, 681 Coal Mine Rd., Strasburg, VA 22657. PH: (540) 465-3952.

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