Jim Mitchell at Columbia SC show

Southeast Bottle Club
March 2003 Newsletter

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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
FAX: (561) 760-6246
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 2,400 collectors. Info may be reprinted as long as credit is given.

Bits, Pieces, and Happenings

To offset the costs of publishing the newsletter and maintaining a web site that consumes high bandwidth due to the many pictures, the Southeast Bottle Club will start running ads in the newsletter that are appropriate to the content. So if you want to put in a special plug for an event or "for sale" item, contact the editor for arrangements.

Our first advertiser is Wayne Lowry (a.k.a. The Jar Doctor), whose ad appears below. Wayne asked me to pass along that Russ Butler will be setup at the Baltimore show March 2nd and will be selling Jar Doctor supplies.

Each month I get back a newsletter or two that had the mailing label stripped off. There is no way for me to determine whose label got stripped. So if you missed a newsletter, just let me know and I'll mail it out. To prevent this in the future, I'll start putting a piece of tape over each label.

Upcoming Southeast Bottle Club Events

The Southeast Bottle Club sponsors several events each year. Two swap meets will be scheduled with a presentation, raffle, and buying/selling like that last event at Granddaddy's. At this time, we're thinking of doing a summer event in Wilson, NC and a winter event again at Granddaddy's in Burlington, NC. These will be Saturday noon events. Vernon Capps has agreed to do the presentation in Wilson, and John Patterson has agreed to do the presentation in Burlington. Stay tuned for details as we line up dates for each swap meet. If you are interested in presenting, contact Reggie.

The annual indoor show has been confirmed for Sunday Nov 9, 2003 in Greensboro, NC. Details on this 2nd annual show are on this web page: www.antiquebottles.com/greensboro Last year's show was a big success, and this year should be bigger as we do a joint show with the Blue Ridge Insulator Club.

Jar Doctor ad

Thanks from Petty Officer Charles Lewis

In last month's newsletter, there was an article about Charles Lewis who was departing to the Middle East on the USS Porter. Here's a response from Charles:

Thank you for all the well wishes and prayers. The response from you all has been overwhelming and I'd like to pass on my thanks for making this a country worth fighting for. It's because of you at home that we do this for a living. It's not till you see with your own eyes how other countries live that you realise how truly lucky we are to be Americans and I hope you never take that for granted. Thank you all very much.

Petty Officer
Charles Lewis USN

Bottles in the Movies

Reggie received a request from the producers of the upcoming movie western "The Missing", which will star Tommy Lee Jones and Cate Blanchett and is being directed by Ron Howard. The producers needed 1885 era whiskey and apothecary bottles. These just need to be clean examples of blown cylinder whiskies, and did not need to be embossed. These are the kind that are hard to sell to bottle collectors, who want them embossed and rare. Reggie sent an Email to some dealer friends to bring these types of bottles to the Columbia SC show. Thanks to the following dealers who provided bottles for the movie: Rodney Leftwich, Vernon Freeman, Scott Berry, and David Powell.

Membership

The Southeast Bottle Club does not require membership to receive its newsletter by Email or to attend any of it's 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 printed copies just fill out the application on the inside of the back page. Remember that paid members can run free ads in this newsletter, and when you consider the newsletter is distributed to over 2,400 collectors, that's pretty cheap advertising for your bottle dollars.

Thanks to these paying members who recently joined: Jerry Hall - Badin NC, Harry Mills - Wadmalaw Island SC, Richard Kinney - Portage MI, Todd McSwain - Norwood NC, Penney File - Lusby MD, Geneva Greene - Langley SC.

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.

South River NJ Bottle Show

Show chairman Joe Butewicz and the NJABC (New Jersey Antique Bottle Club) hosted their 7th annual Bottle Show on Feb 2. Joe reported 80 tables sold, with 57 dealers. Door attendance was 250, add the 57 dealers, 50 helpers and about 10 club volunteers, for a total of about 370. Biggest attendance ever, most tables ever sold.

Newsletter editor Reggie Lynch was one of the happy dealers that setup, and was rewarded with a steady stream of buyers through-out the day. Talked with many buyers who had picked up something special for their collection.

Great food was served up by the Saint Mary of Ostrabrama Senior Citizens group, who are raising money for the 100th Anniversary of the church renovations. Some of the local edibles included pierogi's (choice of potato or sour kraut) and ham steak sandwiches.

Here are a couple pictures from the show - click any image to see a close-up:

Steve Guion (Shupp's Grove show chairman), Charles Dascenzo (NJABC club president), and Waring Gates were some of the dealers setup at the show.

Ron Caspari shows his happy purchase: a sided and pontilled ESTES, N.Y. ink. See close-up of this great ink. Check out Ron's web page with some very nice inks at www.earlybottles.com

Scene of some action at the show.

More action on the show floor.

Columbia SC Bottle Show

The 30th annual South Carolina Bottle Club Show & Sale was another sell-out success, with 150 tables sold and a large crowd present on both Fri and Sat. Congrats to Marty Vollmer, Richard Bramblett, Dean Hammond, and Harvey Teal for putting on a smoothly run show, that we consider to be the best show in the southeast. Proceeds went to the Boy and Girl's Club of Columbia.

Reggie setup and took the photos below - click any image to see a close-up:

Randy Kiger picked up this soda bottle for his collection. See closeup to right.

Randy's soda: E. DANNENBERG / BOTTLER / TRADE {pic of man} MARK / WILSON, N.C..

James Ayers, author of the Pepsi Bottle book, showed this recent find: EXCELSIOR / MF'G CO. / INC. / MIDDLESBORO, KY. / Pepsi:Cola. See close-up of bottle.

Scott Berry (a.k.a. "sodapopkid") brought in these two large 30 oz sodas that he picked up recently: MOHAWK PEPSI-COLA from Schenectady, NY and Coca-Cola from Fall River, Mass. See close-up of bottles.

FOHBC President Ralph Van Brocklin (left) chats with Greensboro show chairman David Jackson (right).

Truett Vaigneur sporting his new beard.

Terry Faulk showed this pontilled deep olive amber bottle embossed THE INDIAN PANACEA (with repaired top) that he and Doug Williams dug recently in Wilmington. See bottle close-up.

Lindsay Castles, a welcome fixture at every Columbia show, drops by to pickup a newsletter from Southeast editor Reggie.

This Edgefield honey pot was uncovered recently by Stanley Goff, who has already turned down two offers of $1,000 for this rare piece. See close-up.

Mark Roseneau had the only display at the show, but boy was it fantastic: a mouth watering set of SC Dispensary whiskey bottles, including all the rare amber examples. He even had an original quart cylinder with inside threaded screws. Here's a closeup of the amber rums and a closeup of the amber unions. Sorry, but none of these are for sale. But they sure were nice to see.

Ralph Van Brocklin (left) and Charlie Barnette (right) manned the Federation table, where collectors could pick up the latest FOHBC magazine for a $2-5 donation. Charlie is president of the State of Franklin Antique Bottle club and show chairman for the upcoming May 3rd bottle show in Gray, TN.

Show chairman Marty Vollmer proudly shows his recently aquired piece of Edgefield pottery: a Colin Rhodes Piece from the 1840's. See close-up of jug. Here's a excellent web page where you can learn more about this SC Edgefield pottery: www.edgefieldpottery.com

Some of the buying crowd on Friday.

Howard Crowe brought his pet dog Sadie along to her first bottle show.

Fred Munn used live flowers to add a nice color touch to his sales table.

Jim Mitchell with his back-lit shelf of nice bitters.

Kickin' back and talkin' bottles: Terry Faulk, Vernon Capps, Paul Valenti, and David Jackson. Vernon will be doing the presentation at a upcoming Southeast Swap Meet in Wilson NC. Paul is show chairman of the upcoming June 6-7th bottle show in Lumberton, NC.

Jimmie Wood showed these two ACL soda bottles he just picked up: McPherson's Beverages from Littleton, NC and a Worley's Orange Soda in rare amber color from Selma, NC. Also see back sides.

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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Don found this CAPITAL CITY BOTTLING / WORKS / BATON ROUGE LA. / WIECK PROP mug-based Hutchinson soda during a construction dig in downtown Baton Rouge.
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John Patterson has asked if anyone knows the history on this unusual half pint milk bottle in his collection embossed The Raleigh / European Plan. We're wondering if this is Raleigh, NC. Contact John via his NC Milk bottle web page: www.ncmilks.com
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This amber quart strap-sided flask embossed JNO. F. HORNE / KNOXVILLE, TENN with anchor on the back sold by whiskey-klectr for $105 on eBay.
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This rare pottery ink inscribed James Avriett Athens Texas 1859 sold on eBay by pnwhist for $7,201. Also see view of top and base. Seller provided this history: James Avriett (1824-1876) was listed as a grocer in Athens in 1860. He was a 1st Lieut.Co C in Terrell's Regiment of Cavalry, Debray's Brigade 2nd Division CSA stationed at Canp Wharton. His wife Dulcinea, named the town of Athens. It seems probable that this inkwell was made for Avriett, rather than by him. The only pottery plant in Athens at the time was run by Levi Cogburn, son of Cyrus Cogburn. Levi ran the pottery from 1857 till his death in 1866.
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This 1920s medicine with paper label for Base Ball Liniment shows three baseball players, two of them using the product. Manufactured by Pearson Remedy Co, Burlington, NC. Sold on eBay by wisenotions for $53.
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We've all seen the amber Duffy Whiskey from Rochester like the one on the right. But the one on the left is quite a bit rarer: a yellow amber Duffy Whiskey with label from Baltimore that sold on eBay for $61 by whiskone.
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Postcard showing Panacea Springs in Littleton, NC sold on eBay by ingot for $20.
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This 1901 calendar for Yager's Sarsaparilla sold on eBay by grabsbag for $77.
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This 5�" cobalt blue HARRISON'S COLUMBIAN INK sold on eBay for $4,016 by Melvin Caldwell. Also see base with tubular open pontil.
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This decanter etched with VERY OLD CORN FROM CASPER-WINSTON N.C. LOWEST PRICED WHISKEY HOUSE WRITE FOR PRIVATE TERMS sold on ebay by hardawayrobert0605 for $411.
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A tough little ink: this SADLER'S / BRYANT & STRATTON / BUSINESS COLLEGE / BALTIMORE / MD bottle failed to meet digmelsmith's reserve on eBay at $128.
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This 1918 Chero Cola calendar with picture of "moving picture star" Ruth Roland sold on eBay for $2,607 by ljknight1.
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This reprint appeared on eBay - shows a 1901 truck for Iron Brew Bottling Works in Rockford, IL.
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This BEAR LITHIA WATER / ELKTON, VA. with embossed bear sold on eBay by colt--1 for $1,154. This variant has the rarer blob top, whereas most have a thick flared lip.
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Color and size do matter! This 6�" (small size) RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER in yellowish amber (usually medium amber) sold on eBay for $1,628.
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Gallon size Speas Vinegar / U-SAVIT jar with original label sold on eBay by katkol1 for $82.
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A rarer Kordlander 7" blob soda embossed M. Kordlander / Wilmington, / N.C. The "M" is for Maria, Henry Kordlander's wife, who carried on the business in the l870's after his death. Sold on eBay for $260 by Lad Bright.
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Bottle opener that reads Compliments of the Coca-Cola Bottling Works / Roanoke, VA. / Pat. Feb. 19, 1901 Produced from 1901 to 1915, and called the Picnic Opener in Petretti's 1997 book, page 396. It has a square hole that is for use on roller skates or the carbide lights on early cars. Sold on eBay by drybranch7 for $136.
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This set of 4 amber round pharmacy bottles embossed JACOB'S PHARMACY / ATLANTA, in sizes 7 3/8", 5 1/4", 4 5/8", and 3 1/8", sold on eBay by oldbottleman for $873. As most Coke collectors know, Jacob's Pharmacy is the place where Coca-Cola was invented.
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Deep teal iron pontilled blob top soda embossed J. L. Kornahrens / Charleston sold on eBay for $284 by oldbottle@mindspring.com
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11" sided back bar bottle with white enameled lettering for Fulcher's / Old VA /Mountain Whiskey sold on eBay for $504.

Raleigh Show & Tell

Report on the February 4th meeting of the Raleigh Bottle Club. About 25 people attended the meeting at Clancy & Theys.

The club is gearing up for it's 3rd annual show & sale on March 22, 2003 in the Holshouser Building on the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, NC. Full show package has been posted at their club web page: www.antiquebottles.com/raleigh which also contains the schedule and directions for upcoming meetings.

Here are some pictures from the Feb meeting. Not shown is Reggie Lynch with his label only Casper's Whiskey quart cylinder and amber Coca-Cola / EDW. B. HARFORD / GOSHEN, N.Y.. Click any picture to see a close-up.
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Young collector David Griffin shows two of the GREENBRIAR / and / COTTAGES half pint milk bottles that he and his father Russell dug in a basement in Alderson, West Virginia. The Greenbriar is a five-star resort in White Sulfer Springs. The bottles of milk were placed by the bed of each overnight guest with cookies as part of a "turn-down" service. The empty bottles were collected by the housekeeping staff in the mornings and returned to the dairy for re-use. Some researched show that reproductions of this bottle had been produced for the local gift shops, but these were original. David has been collecting over 2 years now - what a head start he'll have on the next generation of collectors!
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Ronald Hinsley showed this gallon SHOCCO WATER / SHOCCO SPRINGS CO. / HENDERSON, N.C. bottle, with embossed Indian, that he obtained 15 years ago.
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If you visit the Raleigh NC Flea Market, then you'll see Whitt Stallings setup selling bottles and rocking chairs. Here Whitt shows a full carton of Evervess bottles, a Pepsi=Cola product.
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J.B. Young showed this Tucker Bld'g Pharmacy / COR. FAYETTEVILLE & MARTIN STS. / RALEIGH, N.C. bottle which noone had seen before in this large size.
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Skinny Medlin gave an informative presentation on Jumbo Peanut Butter jars.
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One of Skinny's favorite jars was this DOVE BRAND / PREPARED MUSTARD, with embossed pair of doves.

Baltimore News

The Baltimore Antique Bottle Club is counting down to their 23rd Annual Show and Sale on March 2. The largest one-day bottle show in the world is sold out for the 19th consecutive year with a sizable waiting list for dealers to get in. With top notch dealers from all over the U.S. (many from the South) and 3 foreign countries filling over 300 tables, the buying opportunities will be enormous. The show runs from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.at the Physical Education Center, CCBC-Essex, 7201 Rossville Blvd., Baltimore, MD 21237. For more information, please contact show chairman Bob Ford at 410-531-9459 or Email at bottles@comcast.net

Visit the club's webpage at www.antiquebottles.com/baltimore for show contract/flyer or more info on the club.


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".
  1. Wanted: looking for bottles (embossed or paper label) of Mrs. Joe Person's Remedy. She was my great-great-grandmother and I am looking for items related to her business and her life. Contact Penney File, Email: paftoonz@chesapeake.net or (410) 326-2310.

  2. Wanted: At least 3 inches of undamaged top for a cobalt blue CASPERS WHISKEY / MADE BY HONEST N. CAROLINA PEOPLE. Will pay $20 plus shipping. And am looking for GOOD bottles that are damaged and reasonably priced. I like to try and repair them. Cannot afford the good ones. Contact me (269) 327-7789, Email: Dicbotl@webtv.net or Richard Kinney, 10547 S. Westnedge Ave, Portage MI 49002.

  3. Want to buy or trade: NC advertising jugs (especially - "When Empty Return To:" stencil jugs), any state mini jugs / Saloon marked items, NC / GA embossed whiskey flasks and error fruit jars. Bill Wrenn at 706-769-8995, Email: minijug@charter.net. Note Bill's new Email address.

  4. For Sale: Christo Cola, Durham, North Carolina; near mint+9.9; $175 and buyer pays shipping and insurance. Email: awsum@mindspring.com or (919) 467-0114.

  5. Wanted: S-S Coke bottles from Florida and any other soft drink bottles from Florida, Email: vsgi@talweb.com.

  6. Wanted: Small-town crowntop sodas and mineral waters from Georgia and South Carolina. Especially want Star Bottling Co., Graniteville, S.C., and Artesian Bottling Works, Bamberg, S.C. Also want Glenn Springs, Harris Springs, Shivar Springs, Buffalo Lick Springs, Whitestone Springs, Chick Springs, Crystal-Carbon Springs, Cherokee Springs, Stomp Springs, Lipscombe Silica Springs bottles and jugs and ephemera (letterheads, billheads, photos, post cards, etc.) from those companies. Bill Baab, 2352 Devere St., Augusta, GA 30904, Email: riverswamper@comcast.net.

  7. Wanted: DISPENSARY flasks from N.C. towns. 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. Contact Reggie to consign your nicer bottles for sale/auction and receive top dollar.

Calendar of Events and Upcoming Shows

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

Mar 2, 2003
Baltimore, MD
Baltimore Antique Bottle Club 23rd Annual Antique Bottle Show & Sale, Sunday 8am-3pm at Essex Community College, 7201 Rossville Blvd., Baltimore, Maryland. Info: Bob Ford, phone: (410) 531-9459, Email: bottles@comcast.net
Mar 9, 2003
Tylersport, PA
The Bucks-Mont 9th Annual Bottle Show & Sale, 9am-3pm at the Tylersport Fire Co., Rt. 563, Tylersport, PA. Info: CLAUDE A. WAMBOLD, 1837 Perkiomenville Rd, Perkiomenville, PA 18074, phone: (215) 234-8413, Email: arlene@netcarrier.com or GREGORY GIFFORD, 832 Clover Dr., North Wales, PA 19454, phone: (215) 699-5216.
Mar 15, 2003
DeLand, FL
The DeLand M-T Bottle Collectors Assoc, 33rd Annual Show & Sale, Free Admission, 9am-3pm at the Volusia County Fairgrounds, I-4 & S.R. 44, Exit 118 (old 56), DeLand, FL. Info: M. PALLASCH, 7 Monroe, Ave., DeBary, FL. 32713. phone: (386) 668-4538, or Bill Marks, phone: (386) 789-5255, Email: bmarks2@cfl.rr.com
Mar 21-22, 2003
Raleigh, NC
Raleigh Bottle Club's 3rd annual Show & Sale in the Holshouser Building on the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, NC. Public Sat 9am-3pm. Dealer setup Fri 4-7pm and Sat 6-9am. Early buyers Sat 7:30am. Full show info on the club web page. Info: David Tingen, Email: rbc@antiquebottles.com P. O. Box 18083, Raleigh, NC 27619-8083 Phone: (919) 848-4387.
Mar 22, 2003
Daphne, AL
Mobile Bottle Collectors Club, 30th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-5pm at the Daphne Civic Center, Whispering Pines Road and U.S. Hwy. 98, Daphne, AL. Info: JIM SIMMONS, 8851 Four Mile Road, Irvington, AL 36544, phone: (251) 824-2697, Email: josphs@email.msn.com or ROD VINING, 8844 Lee Circle, Irvington, AL 36544, phone: (334) 957-6725, Email: vinewood@zebra.net
Mar 30, 2003
Syracuse, NY
Empire State Bottle Collectors Association's 33rd Annual Show & Sale, Sun 9am-3pm at the American Legion Post #1468, 110 Academy Green (just off Rt. 80, Valley Drive), Syracuse, NY. Info: Jim Klering, 4831 Cedarvale Rd., Syracuse, NY 13215, PH: (315) 468-0416, or John Spellman, PO Box 61, Savannah, NY 13146, (315) 365-3156, Email: spellmanjc@ny.tds.net
Apr 6, 2003
Rochester, NY
Genesee Valley Bottle Collectors 34th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-3pm at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Minett Hall, Rt. 15A & Calkins Rd, Rochester, NY. Info: TERRY WOODHAMS, 931 Chili Ave, Rochester, NY 14611, phone: (585) 436-5893, or TOM WHIPPLE, 4595 County Road #1, Canandaigua, NY 14424, phone: (585) 554-3964, Email: jvbcadealerstables@hotmail.com
Apr 26, 2003
Panama City Beach, FL
Emerald Coast Bottle Collector's 7th Annual Show & Sale Sat. 9am-3pm at the Panama City Beach Recreational Complex, U. S. Highway 98 West, Panama City Beach, Florida. INFO: ALAN McCARTHY, 2415 W. 15TH St., Panama City, FL 32401, phone: (850) 769-3984 or JOE BROCK, phone: (850) 784-1729, Email: panamacityjoe@hotmail.com
Apr 27, 2003
Harrisonburg, VA
Historical Bottle Diggers of Virginia 32nd Annual Show & Sale, 9am-5pm Sun at the Rockingham County Fairgrounds, US Route 11 (Exit 243 off I-81), South of Harrisonburg, VA. Normally have 60-70 tables. Info: Sonny Smiley phone: (540) 434-1129, 1025 Greendale Rd., Harrisonburg, VA 22801, Email: lithiaman1@yahoo.com
May 3, 2003
Gray, TN
State Of Franklin Antique Bottle & Collectibles Assoc. 5th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-3pm at the Appalachian Fair Grounds, I-181, exit 42, Gray, TN. Info: CHARLIE BARNETTE, 100 Coffey St., Bristol, TN 37620, phone: (423) 968-1437, Email: brisbotls@chartertn.net
May 4, 2003
Utica, NY
The Mohawk Valley Antique Bottle Club's 9th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-2:30pm at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds, Rt. 5S and Cemetery Rd., Frankfort, NY. Info: FRED CAPOZZELLA, 1108 Rutger Street, Utica, NY 13501. phone: (315) 724-1026, Email: fcapozzella@hotmail.com
May 10, 2003
Mansfield, OH
Ohio Bottle Club's 25th Annual Mansfield Antique Bottle & Advertising Show & Sale 8am-2pm at the Richland County Fairgrounds, Mansfield, Ohio. Early buyers Friday 2pm. Info: RON HANDS, phone: (330) 634-1977, Email: rshands225@yahoo.com


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