Southeast Bottle Club

Southeast Bottle Club
March/April 2005 Newsletter

Topics in this Newsletter (click topic to jump there):
Book Corner Planned Events Membership Status Baltimore MD Show Raleigh NC Show Waynesville NC Show
Harrisonburg VA Show Vernon Capps Memorial Recent Finds Raleigh Club Member Ads Show Calendar

Poison Bottle Book
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. Newsletters are released bimonthly. For example, a Jan/Feb newsletter covers events in Jan-Feb, so it will not be released till March. 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). Information within this newsletter may be reprinted as long as credit is given to the source.

The Southeast Bottle Club is a non-profit organization serving the Southeastern United States. All events and shows are open to the public, so drop by and check us out. Club members receive the monthly newsletter via Email or postal mail, run free text ads in this newsletter, and participate in all the fun and benefits the club has to offer. An application can be found on the last page of the printed version or by clicking here. Free Email-only membership is also available - click here to request it.

Book Corner - Poison Bottle Book

The Antique Poison Bottle Collectors Association just published a full color poison bottle workbook which is based on the Kuhn identification system and is dedicated to him. Copies are available as of May 2005, but this is a limited printing. To order, mail a check for $54.95 (includes shipping and handling in U.S.) to Joan Cabaniss, 312 Summer Lane, Huddleston, VA 24104.

Planned Events for Southeast Bottle Club

The Southeast Bottle Club sponsors an annual show, a spring and fall festival, and other events each year. Here's the list of upcoming events: Click to see close-up of Raffle Bottles for Summer Swap Meet
  1. Summer Swap Meet Saturday July 30, 2005 noon-2pm at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington NC. There will be an educational presentation by Jerry Roughton on NC tokes and medicine bottles. Everyone is encouraged to bring a max of two boxes of bottles for sale/trade; there is no charge to setup and sell and this event. There will be a raffle with some great bottles (pictured to right) which include a cobalt blue BLOUNT SPRINGS soda, triple script DURHAM NC Pepsi:Cola, Hillsborough NC straight-sided Coca-Cola, half pint EAST POINT DAIRY / LUMBERTON NC, ROBERSON ACL soda from NEW BERN NC, and DEAD STUCK FOR BUGS poison in rare small size. For a PowerPoint flyer on this event, click here

  2. Fall Festival Saturday Sep 24, 2005 9am-3pm outdoors on the lawn at the NC State Fairgrounds. This is the same weekend as the Sep 23-25 Southern Ideal Home Show and Sep 23-24 Liberty Antique Festival. Full details at: www.antiquebottles.com/raleighfestival

  3. 4th Annual Greensboro Antique Bottle, Insulator & Collectibles Show & Sale Sunday Nov 20, 2005 9am-3pm in Greensboro NC. Full details at www.antiquebottles.com/greensboro

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 shop is 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 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 4,000 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: James Thompson - Leesburg VA, Jeff Crowell - Wadesboro NC, Charles McGlaughlin - Dallastown PA, James Price - Wadesboro NC, Brian Blankenship - Powder Springs GA.

and thanks to these collectors who recently renewed their membership: Allen Culler - Welcome NC, Jack Moulton - Check VA, Glenn & Kay Gunnell - Rural Hall NC Chancey Gunnell - Rural Hall NC, Perry Driver - Live Oak FL, Macon Critcher - Henderson NC, Rick Humphreys - Memphis TN, Emil Sparger - Spencer NC, Carl Barnett - Douglas GA, Skip Henderson - Chapel Hill NC, James Parris - Ellijay GA, John Patterson - Spencer NC, Eric Warren - Lexington SC, Ralph Van Brocklin - Johnson City TN, Tim Adams - North Wilkesboro NC, Geneva Greene - Langley SC, Mike Deese - Rockingham NC, Tom Lines - Birmingham AL, Jerry Hall - Badin NC, Linda Dillon - Biscayne Park FL, Chuck Petersen - Raleigh NC, Joseph West - Rock Hill SC, David Jackson - Greensboro NC, Hansel Parks - Atlanta GA, Bobby Edwards - Winterville NC, Philip Haley - Carnesville GA, Al Halfrey - Salem MA, Pem Woodlief - Franklinton NC, Jimmie Earls - Hopewell VA, Jere Hambleton - Lancaster PA.

Show Reports

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 published here, then just submit your info.

STOLEN BOTTLE RETURNED: a Drake's bitters was stolen from Ed Herrold during the February Columbia SC show. A big thanks to member Pat Hall who convinced the suspected thief to return it.

Baltimore MD Show March 2005

The Baltimore Antique Bottle Club hosted their 25th Annual Antique Bottle Show & Sale at Essex Community College. Show Chairman Bob Ford and the entire club are to be commended for a smoothly run show that brought in a large crowd (1316 paid admissions) to shop the sold out show of 305 dealer tables. This show is so popular, there's a waiting list for dealers. And it's the largest one-day bottle show in the world.

On a sad note, Wayne and June Lowry ("The Jar Doctor") had 4 boxes stolen during the loading at the end of the show. The boxes contained fruit jars (47 midgets) and some other items (Colorado mini jug, Ball employee badge from Asheville, NC). No questions asked if they are returned. If you have any info, please Email them.

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

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Many club members contributed their colorful Baltimore bottles to put on one heckuva' display.
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Jim Hagenbuch and Kevin Kelly had a "bug out" to compare their collections of Lyon's Bug Powder poison bottles. Jim's yellow and cobalt blue examples appeared to cinch him as the winner.
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Show chairman Bob Ford, club president Dave Matthews, and publicity man Steve Charing. Steve appeared on local TV to promote the show.
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Jim Hall's impressive offering of historical flasks interested a lot of collectors.
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Several collectors displayed an emotional memorial to Norman Lewis who passed away last year and was a frequent visitor to the show. The memorial will be donated to Norm's wife.

Here's a message I received from Jane Lewis: "This Norman Lewis partner Jane e-mailing you from England, You may now be aware that Norman passed away on 7th Feb 05. Would you thank in your newsletters all the people who have sent me messages cards and flowers for their thoughts and prayers. I think everyone who met him has a story about him, I would also like to say to all bottle collecters a really big thank you for sharing in his love for the bottles and everyone who came into contact with for making his life a happy one. I hope you all stay safe and happy, and I wish you all great collecting. I give praise for having him in my life for so long. Your loving friend with greatful thanks, Jane Latham Lewis."

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Girl power: Adriana Aliciana (grandaughter of Ferdinand Meyer), Joan Cabaniss, and Joanne Scaturro.

Raleigh NC Show March 2005

The Raleigh Bottle Club hosted their 5th annual Show & Sale in the Holshouser Building at the NC State Fairgrounds in Raleigh, NC. Though a smaller show with about 50 dealer tables, both dealers and buyers enjoyed the show with lots of nice bottles trading hands.

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

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Anita Cullom and her granddaughter had a popular sales table.
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Skinny showed his recent find: a multi-colored ACL dairy with Ballentines Dairy / Varina, N.C. on one side and Carson's Dairy / Angier, N.C. on the other.
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Some of the show action.
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Sterling Mann's informative display on the evolution of soda bottles from 1900s to the 1970s.

Waynesville NC Show April 2005

The Waynesville NC show was another great show in the mountains with 80 dealer tables sold and a nice buying crowd during the two-day event. This year's show was in the Spring as opposed to the Fall.

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

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Randy Matthews brought in these Waynesville NC bottles for show & tell: 2 Dispensary flasks (pint and half pint) and a BIM crown soda L.T. HOLMES / WAYNESVILLE, N.C.
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Chancey Gunnell is all smiles showing off her new By Golly soda bottle while grandparents Glenn and Kay Gunnell look on. Glenn does a great job of cleaning regular and ACL soda bottles.
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Show chairman Larry Glenn and Tim Branch are to be commended for putting on another fine show.
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One dealer offerred this fantastic pontiled/embossed pineapple figural bitters in rare green color.

Harrisonburg VA Show April 2005

Unfortunately, Reggie missed this year's Harrisonburg show when his wife ended up in the emergency room (she's doing better now). But I understand it was another fine show with about 80 dealer tables sold.

Vernon Capps - Goodbye Old Friend

Bottle collectors throught the southeast were saddened to learn of the sudden passing of Vernon Capps of Goldsboro NC who died suddenly of a heart attack on May 16, 2005.

Jackie Freeman traveled to shows with for Vernon for 30 years. They started collecting and digging in their early 30s. One word he used to describe Vernon: "integrity". Vernon was a good father, good husband, great bottle collector, and one of his best friends. Will miss him greatly.

Bill Clark traveled up and down the east coast to shows with Vernon and they always got along great. Will really miss his friend.

Paul Valenti traveled to shows all over with Vernon, including Ohio and Alabama. Besides bottles, Vernon sold coins, tobacco tags, and advertising and had a gift for the soft sell. Vernon also helped Paul host the annual Lumberton NC show. Those fantastic home-made pickles will be missed at this year's dealer dinner.

Randy Kiger: Vernon Capps helped me build my collection into what it is today. I have bought many rare bottles from him. He ALWAYS had one tucked back for me at any show. A very knowledgeable collector who will be sorely missed.

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Vernon Capps discussing his post cards with a buyer at the 2003 Harrisonburg VA show.
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Vernon Capps at the last show he attended: April 2005 Waynesville NC. Shown with show chairman Tim Branch.

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 Southeast Newsletter Editor. Most pictures can be clicked to see the original full size view before it was cropped to fit here.

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Pint milk embossed CATAWBA CREAMERY / PASTEURIZED MILK / HICKORY, N.C. sold on eBay for $70 by kolastuff, who also included a 1910 issue of the Hickory Democrat which included the earliest mention of the dairy.
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Pint strap-sided whiskey flask embossed S.K. Bitterman / Roanoke, Va. sold on eBay for $425 by bottle-n-wrks.
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6 1/4" honey amber soda embossed J.C. BUFFUM & CO. / TRADE MARK / REGISTERED / {pic Scales} / CITY BOTTLING HOUSE / PITTSBURGH. PA. sold on eBay for $510 by bottlewizard.
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9 1/2" black glass ale embossed F. W. Cook & Co. / Memphis, Tenn. on shoulder sold on eBay $1,051 by thememphisdiggers.
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Clear quart GI-96 Franklin/Dyott historical flask with open pontil base sold on eBay for $2,700 by glasshed.
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Teal 6 1/2" soda embossed H. KORLANDER / WILMINGTON, N.C. with improved pontil sold on eBay for $462 by msoi.
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Olive green Saratoga style mineral water embossed A / Missisquoi Springs sold on eBay for $710 by barbchuck17901. Rear has embossed Indiam maiden with a papoose on her back.
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Cobalt pontiled soda from New Orleans embossed P. Pons & Co. / Royal Street / No 334 / N.O. in oval slug plate sold on eBay for $373 by texsodaman.
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10" medium olive-amber semi-cabin embossed OLD HOME BITTERS / LAUGHLIN SMITH & CO / WHEELING, W.Va. sold on eBay for $2,036 by sidelinger8pkv.
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Quart yellow-green GII-26 Eagle/Eagle historical flask with open pontil sold on eBay for $6,201 by medflask. Circa 1840s from Louisville KY.
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7 3/4" cobalt blue pharmacy embossed J.C. MAGUIRE / CHEMISTS & DRUGGISTS / ST LOUIS, Mo. sold on eBay for $205 by illinoisblobtop.
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12" cobalt blue CASPER WHISKEY / Made by Honest / North Carolina People sold on eBay for $310 by palbeanie.
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7" six-sided olive amber medicine with open pontil base embossed Gibbs Bone Liniment on front and "4X4" on base sold on eBay for $2,102 by mrpontil.
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12 oz Big Chief ACL soda from Grenada, MS sold for $72 on eBay by datsunnut.
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Yellow amber beer embossed P. STUMPF & CO. / 18817 MAIN ST. / RICHMOND, VA. sold on eBay for $370 by charlstan. Stopper has Jan. 5 1875 date.
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Olive amber 7 1/2" barrel BLAKE & HALL / OLD BOURBON / WHISKEY / 1856 / GREENUP, KY. was sold on consignment by Reggie Lynch (not on eBay).
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7" 6-sided yellow amber PROTECTOR jar with original lid sold on eBay for $7,200 by stephsvintagestuff.
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Emerald green FLACCUS BROS / STEERS HEAD fruit jar with original lid sold on eBay for $2,025 by hoosierjar.
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Bronze 4" WHITE HOUSE / VINEGAR / WASHINGTON, D.C. sold on eBay for $610 by macaqccorp.
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Rare amber S-S Coca-Cola from Piqua OH sold for $1,303 by razorstrop.
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Cobalt blue KC-1 quilted cylinder poison in very rare 11 1/2" size sold on eBay for $600 by alongthelinega.

Raleigh Show & Tell

Here are some pictures from the December meeting of the Raleigh Bottle Club. Click any picture below 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/
The Raleigh club meets at the Glen Laurel Clubhouse at 4330 Galax Drive in Raleigh.

To see all pictures, click for Jan, Feb, and Mar.

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Donnie Medlin gave a presentation on his throw-away bottles during the February meeting. Here he shows two of his favorites: Devil Shakes, which were a Pepsi product.
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Donnie Medlin showed this rare pint strap-sided flask S.E. SPEIGHT / PURE / WINES & LIQUORS / MAIN ST. / ELIZABETH CITY, N.C.
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Dave Bissette gave a talk on how to sell bottles on eBay during the March meeting.
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Dean Haley looking over the bottles Reggie brought in for sale and show.

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Member Ads

Text 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 this newsletter, contact the newsletter editor. Ads can be submitted as a JPG picture attached to Email, or just mailed a printed copy. Note the inexpensive cost of running your display ad in the most widely distributed publication for antique bottle collectors:
Ad Size Single Issue Three Issues
1/4 page $40 $100
1/2 page $70 $180
full page $140 $350

  1. Bottle Cleaning: painted label and embossed bottles, Glenn Gunnell in Rural Hall, NC phone (336) 969-9643.

  2. Wanted: pre-1920 SC slugplate soda bottles. Also SC Coke and Pepsi bottles. Eric Warren, Email: SCbottles@aol.com

  3. Wanted: Wadesboro NC bottles, flasks, jugs, and memorabilia. James Price, (704) 694-3714, 694-8996 cell.

  4. Wanted: S-S amber cokes, especially Frankfort and Crawfordville Indiana, Corinth Miss, Pana Illinois, Cookeville Tenn. Call or write Jack Moulton, 799 Hale Road, Check VA 24072, Email: jmoulton@swva.net, (540) 651-4994.

  5. Wanted: any bottles from Ball Ground, Georgia. James Parris, (706) 669-2064.

  6. Wanted: South Carolina Dispensary bottles. Contact Singleton Bailey, PO Box 95, Loris, SC 29569, (843) 756-7495, Email: dsbailey@sccoast.net

  7. Wanted: impressed stoneware bottles with any of these names: Cole & Co; Butchsky; Henry Levies; Ed Walsh; Chris Spengler; C. Honeberger, Wm, Russel; G.C. Gerber; and H. Beck. Contact Wayne Jacober at (410) 442-1875, Email: jacober69@msn.com

  8. Wanted & For Sale: 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/ 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.

June 3-4, 2005
Lumberton, NC
Antique Bottle & Collectible's Show & Sale sponsored by Robeson Antique Bottle Club. Free Admission Fri 3-9pm, Sat 9am-3pm. Dealer setup Fri 1pm. Location: The Expo and Farmer's Market, Exit 14 off I-95 in Lumberton, NC. 7,000 square foot air-conditioned convention building with excellent lighting & facilities. 100+ dealer tables.
Info: Paul Valenti, phone (910) 738-3074, Email: cbaxley@nc.rr.com
June 5, 2005
Saratoga Springs, NY
National Bottle Museum Annual Antique Bottle Show & Sale, 9:30am-2:30pm at the Saratoga Springs City Center, 522 Broadway (Rt. 50), Saratoga Springs, NY. Info: NATIONAL BOTTLE MUSEUM, 76 Milton Ave., Ballston Spa, NY 12020, phone (518) 885-7589, Email: nbm@crisny.org
June 10-11, 2005
Knoxville, TN
"Knoxville in June", East Tennessee Antique Bottle & Colletibles Society 17th Annual Show & Sale, Sat. 8am-5pm, early buyers Fri. 2-7pm, at the Knoxville Expo Center, I-75 Exit 108 in Knoxville, TN on the corner of Merchants Dr. & Clinton Hwy. Info: LARRY ACUFF, 220 N. Carter School Rd, Strawberry Plains, TN 37871. phone: (865) 933-2333.
June 12, 2005
Millvile, NJ
FOHBC Wheaton Village Antique Bottle Show 10am-5pm at the Wheaton Village, 1501 Glasstown Rd, Millville, NJ. Info: phone: (856) 825-6800 or (800) 998-4552, Email: mail@wheatonvillage.org
Jun 25, 2005
Houston, TX
Gulf Coast Bottle & Jar Club 36th Annual Show & Sale, 9am-4pm, early buyers Fri. 6:30-10pm, at the Houston Hobby Airport Marriott Hotel, 9100 Gulf Freeway, Houston, TX. Info: BARBARA PUCKETT, 907 W. Temple St., Houston, TX 77009, phone (713) 862-1690 or (713) 409-9940, Email: bjcoll@hotmail.com
Jun 26, 2005
Cheverly, MD
Potomac Bottle Collectors Annual Show & Sale, Sunday 9am-3pm, at the American Legion Post 108, 3608 Legion Dr., Cheverly, MD. Info: Jim Sears, 4211 N. 2nd Rd., Apt. 1, Arlington, VA 22203, phone: (703) 243-2409, Email: searsjim@usa.net or Andy Goldfrank, phone: (202) 258-2389, Email: amg_sticky@yahoo.com
July 10, 2005
Muncie, IN
Midwest Antique Fruit Jar & Bottle Club Summer Show & Sale, 9am-3pm at the Horizon Convention Center, Muncie, IN. Info: NORMAN BARNETT, PO Box 38, Flat Rock, IN. 47234, phone (812) 587-5560, or DICK COLE, 1200 Minnetrista Pkwy, Muncie, IN. 47303, phone (765) 213-3549, ext. 117.
July 16-17, 2005
Adamstown, PA
Shupp's Grove 4th Annual Bottle Festival, (formerly York Bottle Festival), Sat/Sun at Shupp's Grove, Adamstown, PA. Dealer unload Fri 1:00pm (no early buyers). Info: STEVE GUION, PH: (717) 560-9480, Email: affinityinsurance@dejazzd.com or JERE HAMBLETON, PH: (717) 393-5175, Email: jshdetector@webtv.net
July 23-25, 2004
Pittsburgh, PA
National Insulator Association's 35th Annual Show & Convention Fri-Sun at the Clarion Hotel & Conference center, 300 Tarentum Bridge Rd., New Kensington, PA. Info: John Hovanec, phone: (440) 237-2242, Email: wric@clubs.insulators.com
July 30, 2005
Burlington, NC
Southeast Bottle Club Swap Meet, Raffle and Presentation at Granddaddy's Antique Mall in Burlington, NC. Jerry Roughton will be doing the presentation on NC medicine bottles and tokens. 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
August 13, 2005
Vicksburg, MS
8th Annual Vicksburg Antique Bottle Show & Sale, 8am-4pm at the Battlefield Inn, 4137 N. Frontage Rd, I-20 Exit 4-B, Vicksburg, MS. Info: Cason Schaffer, 107 East View Drive, Vicksburg, MS 39183 phone (601) 638-1195.
Aug 13-14, 2005
Grand Rapids, MI
The Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors National Show, at the DeVos Place, 303 Monroe Ave. NW, Grand Rapids, MI. Info: JOHN PASTOR, 7288 Thorncrest Dr. SE, Ada, MI 49301, phone: 616-285-7604, Email: jpastor2000@sbcglobal.net
Click here for full details.
Aug 21, 2005
Millbrook, NY
Hudson Valley Bottle Club 18th 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: ART CHURCH, 411 Hillside Lake Rd., Wappingers Falls, NY 12590, phone (845) 221-4259.
Aug 21, 2005
Moorefield, WV
The Potomac Highlands Antique Bottle and Glass Collector's Club, 7th 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: rfmfg@hardynet.com
Aug 26-27, 2005
Norcross, GA
35th Annual Bottle Show & Sale of the Southeastern Antique Bottle Club. Fri. 9am-6pm & Sat. 9am-4pm at the North Atlanta Trade Center, 1700 Jeurgens Court, Norcross, GA. In conjunction with The Pride of Dixie Antique Show. Info: Jack Hewitt, 1765 Potomac Court, Lawrenceville, GA 30243. PH: (770) 963-0220, Email: hewittja@bellsouth.net
Aug 27, 2005
Metairie, LA
New Orleans Antique Bottle Club's 33rd Annual Show & Sale Sat. 9am-5pm at the Quality Hotel, 2261 N. Causeway Blvd., Metairie, Louisiana 70001. INFO: KIRK DIEZ, 2605 Winifred St., Metairie, LA 70003, PH: (504) 887-8913, Email: pontilscar@yahoo.com .

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

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