Southeast Bottle Club

Southeast Bottle Club
June/July 2004 Newsletter

Topics in this Newsletter (click topic to jump there):
Book Corner Planned Events Membership Status Lumberton NC Show Burlington NC Swap Meet
Donnie Medlin Recent Finds Raleigh Club Member Ads Show Calendar
Deco Soda Bottles Book Cover

Southeast Bottle Club
Editor: Reggie Lynch
PO Box 13736
Durham, NC 27709
Email: southeast@antiquebottles.com
Web: www.antiquebottles.com/southeast/
Phone: (919) 789-4545
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.

Book Corner - Deco Soda Bottles Book

This month the book corner features Deco Soda Bottles - A Guide to Collecting Those Fancy Embossed Soda Bottles of the 1920's and 30's by Brian Wade. Published in 2003, this 103 page book provides an alphabetical listing with descriptions of over 400 of the best and most frequently found deco-era specialty soda bottles, with over 250 bottles photographed. Includes price estimates, a brief history of the evolution of these soda bottles and a bibliography. This is the only volume devoted solely to these fascinating soda bottles. Can be purchased on eBay, or directly from the author for $21.95 (price includes shipping in USA). Brian Wade, 39 East 16 Street, Huntington Station, New York 11746. Email: brian.wade@att.net

Planned Events for Southeast Bottle Club

We recently changed web host providers to prevent this problem that many people may have seen while trying to view the newsletter: "bandwidth limit exceeded". A newsletter with this many pictures takes a lot of bandwidth over the internet and we had simply outgrown our previous web host provider. Things are working smoothly with our new provider so these problems should be behind us.

The Southeast Bottle Club sponsors an annual show and several other events each year. Here's the list of upcoming events:

  1. Saturday Sep 25, 2004 9am-3pm: Raleigh Fall Bottle Festival outdoors on the lawn at the NC State Fairgrounds. Same weekend as the Southern Ideal Home Show and Liberty Antique Festival. Full details at: www.antiquebottles.com/raleighfestival

  2. 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 www.antiquebottles.com/greensboro

  3. Saturday April 9, 2005 8:00am-3:00pm: Raleigh Spring Bottle Festival outdoors on the lawn at the NC State Fairgrounds. Full details at: www.antiquebottles.com/raleighfestival/

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: www.antiquebottles.com/shops.html
Contact us if your are willing to distribute bottle event flyers in exchange for a free listing on this web page directory.

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: Don Diamond - Blackville SC, Ronald Keahey - Atoka TN, W.H. McArthur - Forest City NC, Archie Huffstetler - Mt Holly NC, and Bruce Mobley - Macon MO.

and thanks to these collectors who recently renewed their membership: Malon and Donna Rogers - Mebane NC, Anita Cullom - Roanoke Rapids NC, Mike Newman - Augusta GA, and Ken Nease - Claxton 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.

Lumberton NC June 4-5, 2004

The Robeson Antique Bottle Club held their annual bottle show Fri/Sat June 4/5 at the The Expo and Farmer's Market in Lumberton, NC. Another fine show by the club, but unfortunately the weather did not cooperate Friday with severe thunderstorms throughout the day. The dealer dinner Friday night was scrumptuous as Paul Valenti provided home cooked chicken and rice plus sausage and rice, and Vernon Capps providing homemade pickles (best I've tasted). The weather was better on Saturday, as many fine bottles were bought and sold.

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

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Doug Williams, Jim Mills, and Terry Faulk enjoying the show.
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Pint strap-sided flask embossed C.B. STEWART / ATLANTA / GA. was sold at the show.
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Eric Warren brought in this broken shard of a slug plate whiskey that partially reads OAK SALOON / CHARLOTTE, N.C. but can't make out the name across the top. Anyone seen a whole one?
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Jeb Brearey showed this cobalt blue fire grenade with contents that was part of a set of 3.
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David Powell at his sales table. David and Russ Butler will be hosting the Savannah GA show on October 22-23.
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Quart slug plate milk embossed E.L. WHITE / MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. was brought in for show & tell.

Burlington NC Swap Meet July 31, 2004

The Southeast Bottle held it's annual swap meet on Saturday July 31 at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington, NC. Thanks to Tom Kleeburg of Granddaddy's for allowing us to have the swap meet in his mall, which is a great location for this type of event.

The meeting started with some business discussion of the Southeast Bottle Club, and then into the feature presentation on whiskey bottles by David Jackson. Meeting concluded with a raffle drawing which included a cobalt blue pontil BOARDMAN soda and three nice NC bottles. About 6 collectors brought in bottles for sale that were setup on the tables provided. And many nice bottles and jugs were brought in for show & tell.

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

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David Jackson gave a very informative presentation on whiskey bottles, including his Casper Whiskey collection.
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Rare mini jug incised COLLEN & SIMMON / FINE / LIQUORS & WINES / HENDERSONVILLE, N.C. was brought in for show & tell.
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David showing off the great color on one of his western whiskey bottles.
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Amber midget size 1858 Mason jar brought in for show & tell.
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Linda Lynch lets a young collector draw the winning raffle tickets.
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Indian Rock Ginger Ale ten pin soda embossed COCA-COLA / BOTTLING CO. / LEXINGTON, N.C. was brought in for show & tell.

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:
www.cafeshops.com/sebottleclub
If your club would like to setup their own site to sell stuff with their logo, contact my wife Linda Lynch at Email llynch@nc.rr.com

Featured Collector: Donnie Medlin

Reggie visited Donnie Medlin's house in July and was awed by his impressive display of Pepsi bottles and go-with advertising. Donnie probably has the best antique Pepsi bottle collection in the country. It was overwhelming to try and take it all in, but I had fun trying and Donnie enjoyed showing it.

If anyone has ANY old Pepsi or any other bottles that the Pepsi company made, please feel free to contact Donnie by phone at home (919) 496-1367 or by cell (919) 497-7890, or Email donniepepsinut@msn.com

In a future newsletter we'll feature Donnie's NC whiskey bottle collection.

All the pictures taken are here

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My favorite room was the back room where every wall was lined with pre 1930 Pepsi bottles arranged alphabetically around the room by city name. Check out the case with every known amber Pepsi.
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Two of Donnie's favorties Pepsi bottles: the NC3 with Pepsi=Cola in script covering the bottle (city unknown), and an early ACL throw-away Pepsi.
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Everyone starts somewhere and this is the first Pepsi bottle that started Donnie's collection.
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Part of Donnie's newer collection of Pepsi bottles.
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A case with some of the rarer prototype and early Pepsi bottles.
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A great Pepsi sign showing red/white/blue ACL bottle.
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Some larger Mountain Dew bottles, including the rare party jug, with Pepsi clocks in the background.
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Mountain Dew is a Pepsi product, and Donnie has an impressive collection of Mountain Dew bottles and go-with advertising.
Coppley Auction Oct 2, 2004

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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7 oz ACL FOXIE MOXIE soda, bottled 1953 by the Moxie Company, sold on eBay by jontgr for $550.
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2 3/4" mini jug incised with R.M. Hughes & Co. Lou. KY. / Monogram Vinegar / Complements of Jhogussen & Hochenedel, Baton Rouge, La. sold on eBay by plainswar for $406. See front and right views.
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Figural CASSIN'S GRAPE BRANDY BITTERS sold on eBay by jrcstore for $33,956.
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6 pack of Barney & Allie Mountain Dew Bottles in original 1951 paper carton sold on eBay by greener98 for $2,025. Side of carton reads "Hartman Beverage Co / Knoxville, Tennessee".
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Olive green 6 3/4" open pontil historical flask with Benjamin Franklin on front and Wheeling Glassworks on back sold on eBay by carolee for $32,614. Another view.
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6 1/2" aqua medicine with open pontil base embossed LITTLE'S WHITE OIL / SCOTTSVILLE, VA. sold on eBay by jkcollectables for $339.
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3 1/4" mini jug stencilled J.M.Wortham / Peabody Club / Humbolt, Tenn. sold on eBay by vmahan for
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Believed to be an early Poland Springs Water bottle, this 10 1/2" stoneware bottle debossed 1 / ORIN RICKER sold on eBay by baxterplum for $530. The Ricker family started and operated Poland Springs mansion and its water operation for a great many generations. The mineral water operation began from a little spring house on the site in Poland Spring, Maine.
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Onion shaped Christo-Cola / Hopewell, VA sold on eBay by slimdigger for $128.
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Aqua mug-based hutch with picture of grape cluster and embossed J.W. McAdam / Trade Mark / Richmond, VA. sold on eBay by 4west for $152.
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Golden yellow 6 1/2" hutch embossed J.F.Deegan / Pottsville PA in tombstone slug plate sold on eBay by barbchuck17901 for $875.
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9" puce amber square bottle embossed HICKEY'S CELEBRATED / STOMACH BITTERS / NEW ORLEANS sold on eBay by oaklawn for $483.
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Aqua 9" blob top beer with palmetto tree and embossed CRAMER & KERNAN / CHARLESTON, S.C. sold on eBay by excellentstuff-auctions for $200.
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1912 Roanoke VA Pepsi with ROANOKE BOTTLING AND CIDER CO ROANOKE VA on rear side sold on eBay by anthgant for $1,500. Listed as ROA2 in Ayer's Pepsi book.
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10" amber Dr. De Andries / Sarsaparilla Bitters / E.M. Rusha New Orleans sold on eBay by fastswimmer for $695.
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9" cylinder bottle embossed in slug plate W.T. & C.D. GUNTER / JACK DANIEL'S / NO7 / NO205 BROAD ST / NASHVILLE. TENN sold on eBay by sancester for $500. In the early 1890's the firm of W.T. and C.D. Gunter became the sole sales agents for distribution of Jack Daniel's whiskey in Nashville, Tennessee. The Gunters sold Jack Daniel's whiskey until 1910 when Tennessee went bone dry.
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3" mini jug scratched with Compliments of / McDonald & Johnson / Asheville NC sold on eBay by highlandblooms for $535.
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1915 Roanoke VA Pepsi with Pepsi in block on shoulder and script above base sold on eBay by anthgant for $500. Listed as ROA6 in Ayer's Pepsi book.
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Aqua 8-sided ink embossed Laughlin's And Bushfield / Wheeling VA with open pontil base sold on eBay by barbchuck17901 for $435. During the Civil War Wheeling became part of West Virginia.
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Amber 9 1/2" Warner's Safe Tonic / Rochester N.Y. sold on eBay by bmd2001 for $595.
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Center script slug plate S-S Coke embossed THE LIVE OAK FLA. / Coca-Cola / TRADE MARK REGISTERED / BOTTLING WKS. sold on eBay by wickerbill*1 for $812.
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Debossed 10/2/4 Dr Pepper in rare 12 oz 9 1/2" size sold on eBay by ajarnut for $227.
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Pint strap-sided flask embossed H. ULLMAN / 316 NORTH 6th ST. / RICHMOND VA. sold on eBay for $256 by wadad.
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3 1/2" mini jug stencilled Compliments / John C. Brady / Fine Wines and Liquors / Wytheville, VA. sold on eBay by lovethatscooba! for $555.
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13" serving tray, circa 1915, that reads "QUENCHES THIRST - SOOTHES THE NERVES, Christo Cola, MANUFACTURED BY, CHRISTO MANUFACTURING CO. INC., HOME OFFICE, RICHMOND, VA." sold on eBay by wadad for $197.
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Aqua 10" half gallon Farmville Lithia Water Co. / Trade Mark / Natures Own Remedy with picture of man hitting rock sold on eBay by bottleismt for $924.
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Rare 6 1/2" hutch embossed DUBLIN ICE CO / DUBLIN / TEXAS sold on eBay by webesolid2ly7 for $761. Dublin Dr Pepper bought out Dublin Ice Co.
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6" open pontil medicine embossed MORRELL'S MATCHLESS CURATIVE, one of two known examples, sold on eBay by medflask for $1,200.
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Yellow olive GXIII-53 historical flask with anchor and BALTIMORE GLASS WORKS on front and Eagle and RESURGAM on rear and open pontil base sold on eBay by medflask for $1,200.
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Gallon jug stencilled J. W. Edwards / Liquor Dealer / Goldsboro, N.C. sold on eBay by rasputin4 for $358.
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Amber 12" cylinder whiskey with ladies leg neck embossed STRAUS, GUNST & CO / SOLE PROPRIETORS / RICHMOND, VA. sold by wadad for $168.
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Round gallon ROWAN CREAMERY from Salisbury NC with neat picture on reverse of baby holding bottle sold on eBay by jl8892 for $134.
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Amber 9 1/2" Baltimore barrel embossed B.T. 1865 S.C. / Smith's / Druid Bitters sold on eBay by countrytyme992 for $1,500.

Raleigh Show & Tell

Here are some pictures from the June and July meetings 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 www.antiquebottles.com/raleigh/
Note: the new location of the club meetings is the Glen Laurel Clubhouse at 4330 Galax Drive in Raleigh.

Pictures from the July 2004 meeting:

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Marshall Clements gave an interesting presentation on Blue Horse school supplies.
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Skinny Medlin discusses some of his show & tell items.
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Members checking out Reggie's for sale and show items.
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Skinny Medlin showed this tin measuring cup for Jumbo Peanut Butter with graduations on the reverse side.


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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: embossed beer bottles from anywhere. Blobs or crowns in any colors. Will offer trades or buy. Bruce Mobley, PO Box 163, Macon, MO 63552, phone (660) 385-6256, Email: bruce@one-mans-junk.com

  2. For Sale: Between 4500-5000 ACL Soda Bottles, late 40�s to late 60�s. Bottles in good shape. $3500.00 for all. Call with any questions. Call (803) 793-0118 or write to Donald Diamond, 230 Dam Lane, Blackville, SC 29817.

  3. For Sale: 9" coffin flask. Email Gary at zuutoo@bellsouth.net for pics and details.

  4. 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. Click here for picture of the company. This is not the same Grove as E.W. Grove who owned Paris Medicine Co in Asheville, which later became Grove Laboratories. Contact Harold Proctor, Email: ralplas@aol.com.

  5. 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: criffle@triad.rr.com.

  6. 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: bjphaley@aol.com

  7. 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: skip@accessus.net

  8. 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.

  9. Always looking to buy old bottles, even whole collections. Especially older Coke, Pepsi, inks, blob top sodas, and NC whiskey flasks. Reggie Lynch, Email: rlynch@antiquebottles.com, phone: (919) 789-4545. Check out my bottles for sale on the Internet www.antiquebottles.com/rl/

Calendar of Events and Upcoming Shows

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

Sep 25, 2004
Raleigh, NC
Southeast Bottle Club's Annual Raleigh Fall Bottle Festival outdoors 8:00am-3:00pm on the lawn at the NC State Fairgrounds on Blue Ridge Road in Raleigh, NC. Info: Reggie Lynch, (919) 789-4545, www.antiquebottles.com/raleighfestival/
Sep 24-25, 2004
Liberty, NC
Liberty Antique Festival has over 300 dealers. A few bottles can be found. Fri/Sat 8am-6pm. 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.
Sep 25, 2004
Tylersport, PA
Eastern Antique Insulator Show & Sale 9am-3pm at the Tylersport Fire Hall, Tylersport, PA. Info: STEVE BOBB, 610 Northampton Rd., Norristown, PA 19403, PH: (610) 539-6533, Email: stephenbobb@aol.com or CLAUDE WAMBOLD, PH: (215) 234-8413, Email: arlene@netcarrier.com
Sep 26, 2004
Hammonton, NJ
South Jersey's Antique Bottle and Glass Club, 'Batsto Village' Show & Sale, 9am-4pm at the Batsto Village, Rt. 542, Batsto, NJ. Info: PAUL A. DeLGUERCIO, 548 Spring Road, Hammonton, NJ 08037, PH: (609) 567-4972, Email: PAULHAVOC@COMCAST.NET
Sep 26, 2004
Lowell, MA
The Merrimack Valley Antique Bottle Club 30th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-2pm, early buyers 8am, at the NEW LOCATON, Lowell Elks Club Hall, 40 Old Ferry Road, Lowell, MA. Info: JOHN GALLO, PH: (978) 256-2738 or GARY KOLTOOKIAN, PH: (978) 256-9561.
Oct 2, 2004
Rockwell, NC
Coppley Milk and Soda Bottle Auction, Sat 10am, 206 E. Main Street, Rockwell, NC. (704) 633-7369. Click here for flyer.
Oct 2, 2004
Richmond, VA
RABCA's 33rd annual bottle show Saturday 9am-3pm in Richmond, VA at the Show Place Annex, Rte 360 (3002 Mechanicsville Turnpike). Next door to Antique Extravaganza. Early admission 7:30am-9:00am. INFO: ED FAULKNER, 4718 Kyloe Ln., Moseley, VA 23120, PH: (804) 739-2951; E-mail: faulkner@antiquebottles.com or MARVIN CROKER, PH: (804) 275-1101; E-mail: marvincroker@comcast.net Directions: North on I-95, East on I-64, exit 192 (Mechanicsville), 6 blocks on left.
Oct 2, 2004
Point Pleasant, WV
West Virginia State Farm Musuem Bottle and Antique Show, Sat 9am-3pm, at the Farm Museum, 4 miles north on Rt 62 of Pt. Pleasant, W VA take Fairgrounds Rd. 1 mile to Museum. Info: CHARLIE PERRY, 39304 Bradbury Rd., Middleport, OH 45760, phone (740) 992-5088, Email: perrycola@eurekanet.com
Oct 2, 2004
Hamburg, NY
Greater Buffalo Bottle Collectors Association's 6th Annual Show & Sale, Sat. 9am-3pm at the Erie County fairgrounds Health Expo Building, Hamburg, New York. INFO: ED POTTER, PH: (716) 674-8890 or PETER JABLONSKI, PH: (716) 834-2249, E-mail: psjablon102@cs.com, or JOE GUERRA, PH: (716) 674-5750.
Oct 2, 2004
Cameron, NC
Antiques & Collectibles Fair Day, Sat October 2 (always 1st Sat of Oct). Ten permanent shops, over 300 outside dealers. For info call (919) 944-4221.
Oct 2, 2004
Dryden, NY
The Finger Lakes Bottle Collectors Assoc. 35th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-3pm, early buyers 8am, at the Dryden Fire Hall, Neptune Hose Co., Route 13, Dryden, NY. Info: GEORGE BLAASCH, PH: (607) 589-6436, Email: gblasssch@aol.com
Oct 10, 2004
Bedford, PA
Bedford County Antique Bottle Club 27th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-1pm (early buyers 7am) at the Bedford County Fair Grounds 4-H Building, Bedford, PA. Info: LEO McKENZIE, PH: (814) 623-8019 or CHARLES HAZLETT, PH: (814) 695-0128.
Oct 10, 2004
Keene, NH
Yankee Bottle Club 37th Annual Show & Sale, Sat 9am-3pm (early buyers at 8am) at the Keene High School, Arch Street, Keene, NH. Info: CREIGHTON G. HALL, 382 Court Street, Keene, N.H. 03431. PH: (603) 352-2959.
Oct 15-16, 2004
Morristown, TN
Tennessee Valley Traders and Collectors Club and the Morristown Parks and Rec. Department 1st Annual Bottles, Antiques and Collectibles Show & Sale, Fri. 10am-3pm, Sat. 8am-3pm, early buyers Fri. 8am, at the Talley Ward Building, 321 South James Street, Morristown, TN. Info: BILL HENDERSON, 346 Fuller Estate Circle, Morristown, TN 37813, (423) 581-8386, Email: snowprobill@charter.net
Oct 16, 2004
ALLENTOWN, PA
Pennsylvania Antique Bottle, Breweriana and Advertising 4th Annual Show & Sale, 9:30am-2:30pm, early buyers 8am, at the Merchant's Square Antique Mall, 12th & Vultee St., Allentown, PA. Info: MARK ZEPPENFELT, 4881 Cypress Street, Wescosville, PA 18106. PH: (610) 391-0271, Email: uuubuy@aol.com
Oct 17, 2004
Findley, OH
Findley Ohio 28th annual Antique Bottle and Collectibles Show. Sunday 9am-3pm at "The Old Barn", take I-75 to Exit 159 then one mile West on Rt. 224 to Findlay, OH. Info: Fred Curtis, 1635 Washington Ave, Findley, OH 45840, phone (419) 424-0486.
Oct 17, 2004
Scriba, NY
The Empire State Bottle Collectors Assoc. 6th Annual Fall Show & Sale, 9am-3pm at the Scriba Fire Hall, US Rt. 104 East, Scriba, NY. Info: BARRY L. HAYNES, PO Box 900, Mexico, NY 13114. PH: (315) 963-0922 or (315) 963-3749.
Oct 22-23, 2004
Savannah, GA
The 7th annual Savannah Georgia Antique Bottle Show and Sale will be held at the National Guard Armory, Eisenhhower Drive, Savannah, GA. Fri dealer setup 2:00pm-7:00pm (no merchandise on table till 4:00pm). $10 Early Buyers Fri 4:00pm-7:00pm and Sat 8:00am-9:00am. Fri dinner provided to dealers. Public: Sat 9:00am-3:00pm. INFO: David Powell, 2617 Salcedo Ave., Savannah, GA 31406 Phone (912) 354-3576 or Russ Butler P.O. Box 264, Havana, FL 32333 Phone (850) 627-4909, Email: oldglass99@yahoo.com, web: www.savannahshow.com
Oct 24, 2004
Baltimore, MD
The Great Mid-Atlantic 6th Annual Bottle, Paper & Advertising Show & Sale, 9am-3pm at the Maryland State Fairgrounds, I-83 North of Baltimore, Timonium, MD. Info: BILL THOMAS, PH: (410) 538-5558.
Nov 3-7, 2004
Charlotte, NC
Metrolina Antiques & Collectibles Show - Antiques Spectacular At 7100 Statesville Rd., off I-77 Exit 16A. Largest monthly antique & collectibles market in the country. Over 2,000 dealers. First weekend of each month. Early buyers day Thur. 8-5, $10 adm. Fri. & Sat. 8-5; Sun. 9-5, $4 adm. each day. 4 day pass $15. Info call 800-824-3770.
Nov 7, 2004
Elkton, MD
Tri-state Bottle Collectors & Diggers Clubs 32nd Annual Show & Sale Sunday 9am-3pm at the Singerly Fire Hall, Rts 279 & 213, (I-95 exit 109A), Elkton, MD. Info: WARREN CAVENDER, PH: (302) 998-0690
Nov 13, 2004
Oakland, NJ
North Jersey Antique Bottle Collectors Association's 35th Annual Show & Sale (Sun. 9am-2pm (early buyers 8am) at Valley Middle School, Route 202, Oakland, New Jersey. (Always scheduled for the second Sunday in November.) Info: Paul Borey, 251 Vista View Dr., Mahwah, NJ 07430, PH: (201) 934-7486, Email: leepaul57@aol.com or NJABCA, PH: (973) 835-1275, E-mail: njabca@juno.com
Nov 14, 2004
Pittsburgh, PA
Pittsburgh Antique Bottle Club Annual Show & Sale, 9am-2pm (early buyers 7am) at the Washington Twp. Firehall, Exit 43 (to Fayette City) off Rt. 70, Info: BOB DeCROO, 694 Fayette City Rd., Fayette City, PA 15438. PH: (724) 326-8741, or JAY HAWKINS, 1280 Mt. Pleasant Rd., West Newton, PA 15089. PH: (724) 872-6013.
Nov 21, 2004
Springfield, OH
The annual Heart of Ohio Bottle & Jar Show Sun. 9:30am-3:00pm at the Heart of Ohio Antique Center, U. S. 40 at I-70 exit 62, Springfield, Ohio. Info: JOHN BARTLEY, PO Box 53, North Hampton, OH. PH: (937) 964-8080, Email: jbartley@woh.rr.com
Nov 21, 2004
Greensboro, NC
Southeast Bottle Club's 3rd annual Greensboro Antique Bottle, Insulator, & Collectibles Show & Sale 9am-3pm on Sunday Nov 21, 2004 at the Farmer's Curb Market on 501 Yanceyville St, Greensboro, NC. Dealer setup 6am-9am, Early buyers 7:30am. Info: Reggie Lynch (919) 789-4545, PO Box 13736, Durham, NC 27709 or David Jackson (336) 288-2677. Web: www.antiquebottles.com/greensboro

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