Antique bottle shows 2016

Antique bottle shows 2016 DEFAULT

FOHBC 2016 Sacramento National Showroom People

This year at the FOHBC 2016 Sacramento National Antique Bottle Convention & Expo, held at the McClellan Conference Center and Lions Gate Hotel, we now can safely say that the FOHBC has just held the biggest antique bottle event of the year and possibly ever. Not only did we pull this off, we did it with grand success for our guests from just about every state and countries like Canada, England, New Zealand and Australia.

Where else are you going to be consumed and surrounded with four days of antique glass, history, education, good food, camaraderie and your friends than at a Federation convention & expo, as we now call them?

We sent our show photographer, Gina Pellegrini around to take pictures of tables and people that caught her eye. Let’s look at a few of her pictures. There was quite a variety of material on the floor as you can see!


All photographs are by our official show photographer,Angelina (Gina) Pellegriniunless otherwise noted.



Read about Day 1 events:FOHBC Board meeting, American Bottle Auctions Open House, Early Registration, Generals House VIP Reception and the Sacramento Shootout.

Read about Day 2 events:FOHBC Membership Meeting Breakfast, Educational Seminars, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony and the FOHBC Banquet.

Read about Day 3 events: 49er Bottle Jamboree Auction, Educational Displays

Read about Day 4 events: FOHBC 2016 Sacramento National Showroom Floor
























































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Displayers Announced for the FOHBC 2016 Sacramento National Antique Bottle Convention & Expo


Displayers Announced for the FOHBC 2016 Sacramento National Antique Bottle Convention & Expo

11 June 2016

Info Here

Ken & Reine Salter • 17th-19th Century American & European Black Glass
Mike & Kathie Craig • Warners Safe Bottles & Posters
Richard & Beverley Siri • Hostetter’s Bitters
Scott Yeargain & Pat Jenkens • California Bottles
Tom & Susan Lines • Schafer & Vater Whiskey Nips
Greg Wilson • Cod/Glob Stoppered Worldwide Bottles
Rick & Deloras Siri • California Small Town Whiskies
Russell & Kitty Umbraco • Lewis 66 Whiskey – Utah Liquor Co.
Michael & Karen Peart • Benica Glass – Natures Tiffany
Bob Hirsch • Apothecary Cabinet & Misc. Bottles
Ron & Gary Barnes • Owl Drug Co. (pictured above with his Miniature Bottles display in 2012)
Jeannett Barnes • Miniatures
Colin & May Jung • California Glass Insulator Co., Signals etc.
Dan & Max Bell • Gold Rush Artifacts
Richard & Lauri Olson • Jamaica Ginger / Extract Ginger
Henry & Cecilia Guillen • U.S.A. Hospital Dept. Bottles
Richard Dana & Jim Monahan • Canning Jars
Arnie Lowenstein • EC & M San Francisco Glass Insulators
Andrew KoutsoukosPioneer West Coast Digging: A Pictorial Display
Warren Friedrich
California Grown Glass from P.G.W and S.F.G.W
Michael Mackintosh
Early American Glass & Seals

Please VOTE for your favorite display! “Best in Show” and “Most Educational” awards will be given. Announcement of the winners will occur on Sunday, August 7th between 2:00 pm and 3:00 pm on the showroom floor.

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Please send us any show information, flyer art, additions or corrections to Elizabeth Meyer, [email protected] we can keep this list up to date.


October 2021

09 October 2021 (Saturday) Fayette, Alabama – 8th Annual Fayette, Alabama Bottle Collectible Bottles & Antiques Show & Sell, Free admission to the public, Boy Scout of America Scout Building, 100 3rd Avenue, Fayette Alabama 35555, Saturday 8:00 am till 2:00 pm, Set-up: Friday, October 8th from 3:00 pm till 6:00 pm and Saturday, October 9th from 6:00 am till 7:30 am, Contact: Jeff Pendley, Chairman, 205.275.2650, [email protected]

09 October 2021 (Saturday) Houston, Texas – Antique Bottle, Advertising & Collectibles Show and Sale, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm, Admission $5, Early buyers Friday, October 8th, 2:00 pm to 8:00 pm $10, Sheraton Houston Brookhollow Hotel, 3000 North Loop West Freeway, Houston, Texas 77040 (610 North Loop-East/West T C Jester Exit), Contact: Barbara Puckett, 713.862.1690 or 713.409.9940, [email protected]

09 October 2021 (Saturday) Waukesha, Wisconsin – Wisconsin Antique & Advertising Club 5th Annual Antique Bottle and Collectable Show/Sale, Waukesha Exposition Center East Hall, 1000 Northview Rd, Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188, Saturday, October 9th, 2021, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Contact [email protected] for more info. FOHBC Member Club

CANCELED10 October 2021 (Sunday) Keene, New Hampshire – The Yankee Bottle Club’s 53rd Annual Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, early buyers 8:00 am,, Keene Ice Facility, 380 Marlboro Street, Keene, New Hampshire, Contact: Alan Rumrill, PO Box 803, Keene, New Hampshire 03431, 603.352.1895, [email protected]

17 October 2021 (Sunday) Findlay, Ohio – TheFindlay Antique Bottle Club 44th Annual Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm; early bird Sunday 7:00 to 9:00 am, $10, Admission $2, Children under 12 free! Website:, Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky Street, Findlay, Ohio 45850, Contact Info: Fred Curtis, 419.424.0486, [email protected]FOHBC Member Club

23 October 2021 (Saturday) Biloxi, MississippiNEW LOCATION – NEW DATE! Presented by the Olde Guys Digging Club of The Mississippi Gulf Coast, the 4th Annual Mississippi Gulf Coast Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale will be held from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm at the St. Martin Community Center, 15008 LeMoyne Blvd., Biloxi, Mississipi. 39532. Dealer Set Up on Friday, October 22, 2021, from 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm and Saturday, October 23, 2021, from 8:00 am to 9:00 am. Free Admission on Saturday, October 23, 2021. Early Buyers $20. per person during dealer set up. For more information or table contracts contact: Peter Taggard, 645 Village Lane South, Mandeville, Louisiana 70471, Phone 985.373.6487 Email: [email protected], or Norman Bleuler, 6446 Woolmarket Rd., Biloxi, Mississippi 39532. Phone: 228.392.9148

23 October 2021 (Saturday) Macungie, Pennsylvania – NEW DATE – NEW LOCATION – Forks of the Delaware Bottle Collectors Association 47th Annual Bottle and Antique Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, early buyers 7:30 am, ($20 admission fee) Macungie Park Hall – Macungie, Pennsylvania 18062, For Info: Bill Hegedus, 610.264.3130, [email protected]FOHBC Member Club

31 October 2021 (Sunday) Alsip, Illinois –1st Chicago Bottle Club’s 52nd Annual Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Admission $5. Children under 16 free. No early admission. Doubletree Inn by Hilton, 5000 W. 127th Street, Alsip, Illinois 60803, Contact: Mario Bovino, Show Chairman, 18101 Oakwood Avenue, Lansing, Illinois, 708.558.0268, [email protected]FOHBC Member Club

November 2021

05 & 06 November 2021 (Friday & Saturday) Jacksonville, FloridaAntique Bottle Collectors of North Florida Show & Sale! Saturday 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, Fraternal Order of Police Building, 5530 Beach Boulevard, Jacksonville, Florida. Free Admission. For more information contact Mike Skie at 904.710.0422. Early Bird’s Friday. 2:00 pm to 7:00 pm $50, 3:00 pm to 7:00 pm $40, 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm $20. Also contact Cory, [email protected]

07 November 2021 (Sunday) Topsham, Maine – The Mid-Maine Antique Bottle Club Bottle Show & Sale, Topsham Fairground Exhibition Hall, Topsham, Maine, Sunday, November 7, 2021, $2 General Admission, 9:00 am, $15 Early Admission 8:00 am. Contact Paul McClure, 207.832.1503, [email protected],, FOHBC Member Club


07 November 2021 (Sunday) Elton, Maryland– The Tri-State Bottle Collectors and Diggers Club 48th Annual Show & Sale, Singerly Fire Hall, Routes 279 & 213 (I-95 exit 109A), 300 Newark Avenue, Elkton, Maryland 21922, Sunday, November 7, 2021, 9:00 am – 2:00 pm, No Early Admission, Dealers only entry at 6:30 am, Set-up begins at 7:00 am, Admission: $3 per person, Children under age 12 free, Tri-State Bottle Collectors and Diggers Club, Inc, Contact: Dave Brown, Show Chair, 6 Martine Court, Newark, Delaware 19711, 302.388.9311, [email protected],FOHBC Member Club

12 & 13 November 2021 (Friday & Saturday) Auburn, California – 49er Historic Bottle Assoc. “Best of the West” 2021 Antique Bottle, Insulator & Western Collectibles Show, Gold Country Fairgrounds & Event Center, The Placer Building, 1273 High Street, Auburn, California, Friday, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm $15 Early Admission, Saturday, 8:00 am to 3:00 pm Free, Contact: Show Chairman Dan Bell: 530.305.8794, Max Bell, 530.823.3315 or Club President, Mike Lake, 916.496, 1817, FOHBC Member Club

12 & 13 November 2021 (Saturday) Jefferson, Georgia – 50th Annual Southeastern Antique Bottle and Pottery Show, Sponsored by theR.M. Rose Co. & Cagle Auction Co., Saturday, November 13th, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Dealer Setup & Early Admission, Friday, November 12th, 3:00 – 8:00 pm and Saturday 7:00 am to 9:00 am, Jefferson Civic Center, 65 Kissam Street, Jefferson, Georgia 30549, Free Admission! Early Admission with Dealers: $10, For table reservations and show information contact: Jack Hewitt, Box 12126, Big Canoe, Jasper, Georgia 30143, 770.856.6062 or Bill Johnson, 770.823.2626, [email protected],FOHBC Member Club

13 November 2021 (Saturday) Royal Oak, Michigan – The Metropolitan Detroit Antique Bottle Club’s 38th Annual Antique Bottle Show & Sale, 9:30 am to 3:00 pm, Admission $2, Free Appraisals! Royal Oak Elks Lodge, 2401 E. Fourth Street, Royal Oak, Michigan, Contact: Mike Brodzik, 586.219.9980, [email protected]FOHBC Member Club

14 November 2021 (Sunday) Pompton Lakes, New Jersey – North Jersey Antique Bottle Collectors Assn. 51st Annual Antique Bottle Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Early Buyers 8:00 am ($15) at the Pompton Lakes Elks Lodge No. 1895, 1 Perrin Avenue, Pompton Lakes, New Jersey, 07442, General Admission $3, Children free, See Contract, Contact: Ed, 201.493.7172, [email protected]FOHBC Member Club

14 November 2021 (Sunday) Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – The Pittsburgh Antique Bottle Club’s 51st Annual Show & Sale, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, early buyers 7:00 am, $25. Admission $3., Elizabeth VFD Event Center, 107 Market Street, Elizabeth, Pennsylvania 15037, Contact Info: Bob DeCroo, 724.326.8741 or Jay Hawkins, 724.872.6013, FOHBC Member Club

December 2021

04 December 2021(Saturday)Terre Haute, IndianaWabash Valley Antique Bottle and Pottery Club Presents the 23rd Annual Bottle, Pottery, and Antiques Show and Sale. Saturday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm. Free Admission – Free Parking. Vigo County Fairgrounds, 133 Fairgrounds Drive, Terre Haute, Indiana 47802, Contact Marty Plascak, 7210 E. Gross Drive, Terre Haute, Indiana 47802,[email protected]

January 2022

09 January 2022 (Sunday) Taunton, Massachusetts – Little Rhody Bottle Club Show, Holiday Inn, Taunton, Massachusetts, Early Admission, $15, 8:00 am, General Admission $3, 9:30 am, Contact Bill or Linda Rose, [email protected], 508.880.4929, FOHBC Member Club

15 January 2022 (Saturday) Muncie, Indiana– The Midwest Antique Fruit Jar and Bottle Club Fruit Jar Show!, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm, Horizon Convention Center, 401 S. High St., Muncie, Indiana 47305, Contact Info: Coleen & Jerry Dixon, 765.748.3117, [email protected], Show chairman: Dave Rittenhouse, 1008 S. 900 W, Farmland Indiana 47340, 765.468.8091, FOHBC Member Club

February 2022

13 February 2022 (Sunday) Columbus, Ohio – The Central Ohio Antique Bottle Club’s 51st Annual Show & Sale, Sunday, 9:00 am to 2:00 pm; early buyers 7 – 9:00 am, $20. Admission $3, Doubletree Inn, 175 Hutchinson Avenue, Columbus, Ohio (I-270 & Rt. 23), Contact Rojer Moody, 740.703.4913, [email protected], or Brad Funk, 614.264.7846, [email protected]

18 & 19 February 2022 (Friday & Saturday) Las Vegas, Nevada– Las Vegas Antique Bottles & Collectibles Club presents their 56th Annual 2022 Antique Bottle & Collectibles Show & Sale at the Palace Station, 2411 W. Saraha Ave., Friday 8:00 am to 10:00 am, Early Bird admission $10, Friday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm., Regular Admission, Saturday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. $5 admission. Contact: John Faulis at 702.242.2792 or 702.373.7175 or [email protected] Dealers Setup: Thursday 4:00 pm to 9:00 pm, FOHBC Member Club

April 2022

03 April 2022 (Sunday) Bloomington, Minnesota– North Star Historical Bottle Association Presents its 50th Annual Antique Bottle, Advertising, and Stoneware Show and Sale, 9:30 am – 2:30 pm at the Knights of Columbus Event Center, 1114 American Blvd. West, Bloomington, Minnesota  55420. Info: Jeff Springer, 651.500.0949, [email protected] FOHBC Member Club

July 2022

28 July – 31 July 2022 (Thursday – Sunday) Reno, Nevada – FOHBC RENO2022 National Antique Bottle Convention, Grand Sierra Resort & Casino, Information: Richard Siri ([email protected]) or Ferdinand Meyer V ([email protected]), Latest Information Here, FOHBC National Convention – Western Region


2016 Houston Bottle Show fun as usual!

25 July 2016

HoustonPatchCircleThe Houston Bottle Show is usually a tough one for me because it is usually a week or two before the Federation National Show (FOHBC 2016 Sacramento National Antique Bottle Convention & Expo) where a lot of my attention has been focused. This year was no different but I must say, it was well worth setting up and visiting with the Texas and southwest bottle crowd. I even picked up a few pieces that will work their way into my house which is under major renovation from the Houston floods this past April and May.


This past Friday started out early for me as I was in Dothan, Alabama for business the day earlier. I had a 6:15 am flight to Houston from Pensacola, Florida so I had to arise at 3:15 am and drive southwest. It now occurs to me that maybe I should have just stayed in Alabama and hit the 1st Tuscaloosa Antique Bottle, Pottery and Advertising Show. Nah, I had reserved a table in Houston and needed to stay the course. I did miss set-up and early admission on Friday night as getting around Houston during rush hour is a nightmare. There is construction everywhere and they had closed down all Easy Pass lanes to upgrade equipment.


Kind of a sparse Meyer table this year as much is in storage from the floods while we restore and renovate our house. Check out that cool Edwin Meaders rooster in a dark green glaze.

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Read More:2012 Houston Antique Bottle Show – Rain or Shine!

Read More:Meyer Table at the 2011 Houston Bottle Show

Saturday morning I got up around 4:30 am. Most of my bottles are packed up and in storage so I had trouble putting enough material together for a table. I usually get two tables and set up light boxes and display bitters and other figural color runs. You can see some previous table set-up at the links above. The material is not for sale, and just for fun as it draws people to the table where I have a table display rack of BOTTLES and EXTRAS and FOHBC memberships. I meet so many cool people this way.


Alton Neatherlin

This year my table was next to Alton Neatherlin who is a legend with the Houston bottle scene. I hope to do a story on him at some point. I also very much missed Dan Cowman who passed away earlier in the year. Dan was the king of bottle ephemera and had so many killer pieces of bitters material…and great bottles. Most is at auction now with Terry McMurray (McMurray Antiques & Auctions) in New York. The second Cowman auction had just ended a week before. Terry reported very strong prices which is good.


Alicia Booth, Paulette and Joe Mathews.

I also ran into Joe and Paulette Matthews who presented me with a copy of their upcoming Teakettle Ink Price and Reference Guide. Alicia is holding the book. I will be doing a separate piece on this super book.


Alicia Booth & Brad Seigler

FOHBC board member elects Alicia Booth (Public Relations Director) and Brad Seigler (Southern Region Director) were also present. Brad has a great collection of Texas bottles and had a table full of material including black glass from a collection he just picked up. He also had this killer Chippewa Salt framed advertising piece (pictured below) from Wadsworth, Ohio which I snatched up and I will hang at Peach Ridge when the time is right. Still painting and staining the walls for the next few weeks. Alicia Booth will be heading to Sacramento next week with us for the National. We leave on Tuesday, 02 August. Bags are packed. Elizabeth is also coming along with my granddaughter Isabella and Coco, my Weimie.


Framed Chippewa Salt advertising from Wadsworth, Ohio.

The Houston Bottle Show each year is headed up by Barbara and Kathy Puckett (pictured below). Barbara always does a great job as Show Chair. I especially like the carpeted floor and fully covered tables. I wish more bottle shows would consider the full coverage as it hides valuables and other material beneath the tables. It also makes for better pictures.


Kathy Puckett (left) and Barbara Puckett.

Also spotted in the crowd were a number a familiar faces such as Jay Kasper, Chris Renaudo, Earl McIntyre, Ronnie Britton, Henry Tankersley, David Cole, Robert Vaughn, Mike McGrew, Dee Mondey, Will Beauchamp, Courtney Frioux, Tracy & Barbara Bradford, Casey Roby, Phil Lambert, Jeff Yaun, Ronnie Britton and more.


Large PYREX insulator in pale orange carnival (one piece) to go with my smaller one. Kinda cool. Raw on my Saltillo tiles as my house being renovated.

I was able to pick up this large PYREX insulator in a light orange carnival color from Chris Renaudo which will go with my smaller one. Thanks Chris. I put them on some raw butcher block on my raw Saltillo tiles at home. Made for a nice picture.

Casey Roby reports that he is building a bottle making museum in East Texas, I hope to do a separate story on that too.

Anyway a fun day. I even asked a select few if they would be interested in putting together a proposal to bring the FOHBC National Convention to Houston in 2019. The answer was always a strong yes. You see, at one time in the 1970s or so, Houston was the epicenter of bottle collecting. Could it be again?


A smiling Phil Lambert… just whistle


Soda bottle caps always make a nice graphics display. I’d keep em’ all and hang on a wall framed!


I wonder if Jeff Yaun was playing Pokémon GO? Actually I really liked the Diamond Dyes Box. Great condition.


Earl McIntyre…proud as a 5c Peacock


Texas bottle KING, David Cole. Hoping to do a story on David too. Saturday was his birthday!


I thanked Will Beauchamp for wearing a shirt that went so well with his bottles! Will is a Houston anchor.


A super Persian Saddle flask showed up. A quick check with Phil Culhane up in Canada proved this to be an original.


Ronnie Britton with a table full of bottles.


Casey Roby on the right. Misplaced the gentleman’s name on the left. Gonna do a post on Casey’s museum project.


I was able to grab a few of my Sandwich monument colognes. Always striking. Would have looked better on my light box!


Henry Tankersley down from the Tulsa. Representing the Tulsa Antique Bottle Club. They have a show each year. Another anchor down this way.


Someone brought over this deco perfume and said if it wasn’t broken it would be worth a fortune. I could not identify it but will contact the International Perfume Bottle Collectors Assoc. Would love to have an Indian Queen or Old Sachem’s in that color!!!!


Rene Saenz with a table full of Art Deco bottles.


I really like this hand holding a bottle. What a great marketing piece from Marshall, Texas.


A zillion Three Rivers Texas bottles.


Just a KILLER Lone Star Brewing piece. Love it! Color and condition outstanding.


Can’t remember this guys name. Please wear your badges and help me out 🙂 or maybe I should do a better job!


Dynamite Anheuser-Busch piece. Cropped a bit tight but striking none-the-less.


I met Tracy and Carol Bradford for the first time. What great people. Postcard dealer at his first Houston show. Talk about coordinated shirts!


Alton Neatherlin let me photograph his extremely rare drug store bottle from Hilo, Hawaii.


Super insulator display case on Chris Renaudo’s table.


ACL sodas on Don Wininger’s table.

About Ferdinand Meyer V

Ferdinand Meyer V is a native of Baltimore, Maryland and has a BFA in Fine Art and Graphic Design from the Kansas City Art Institute and School of Design. Ferdinand is the founding Principal of FMG Design, a nationally recognized design consultation firm. Ferdinand is a passionate collector of American historical glass specializing in bitters bottles, color runs and related classic figural bottles. He is married to Elizabeth Jane Meyer and lives in Houston, Texas with their daughter and three wonderful grandchildren. The Meyers are also very involved in Quarter Horses, antiques and early United States postage stamps. Ferdinand is the past 6-year President of the Federation of Historical Bottle Collectors and is one of the founding members of the FOHBC Virtual Museum.

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Bottle 2016 antique shows

Annual Baltimore Bottle Show & Sale

Time-lapse Videos (2018 show) courtesy Doug Simms

Show setup on Saturday (1:36)

Show action and tear down Sunday (1:48)

The Baltimore Antique Bottle Club produces the largest one-day bottle show in the world with over 300 tables containing excellent examples of bottles, jars, pottery, advertising, jugs and small antiques. All types of bottles are available in all price ranges. We enjoy the reputation for producing one of the finest bottle shows anywhere with dealers setting up from over 20 states and 3 foreign countries. With the low admission of $5, a person attending can browse and purchase bottles to add to or begin his or her collection, have bottles appraised by club experts and view educational displays. Last March over 1,000 people attended our show.

The club's 41st Annual Show and Sale will take place on March 6, 2022 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Wellness and Athletics Center, Essex Campus of the Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC-Essex), 7201 Rossville Blvd., Rosedale, MD 21237. It is one of the most anticipated bottle shows by members of the bottle community nationwide.

Show History

View the show history from 1981 to date.

Waiting List Policy

Current dealers have the right of retention. When the deadline for renewal passes and should there be vacant tables, the vacancies are filled by people on the waiting list by order of postmark. That is the only method for which vacant tables are filled.

Anyone requesting to be part of the waiting list should return his/her contract and payment immediately to increase the chance of being near the top of the list. Multiple tables (maximum of 3) will be assigned based solely on availability.

Because of the possibility of last-minute non-refundable cancellations by current dealers, decisions regarding vacant tables may be made right up to the day of the show. Prospective dealers should be aware of that possibility and should notify the show chairman if they are available on short notice.

Those not placed will have their checks returned, upon request, and will automatically receive a contract for next year's show, and the process will repeat. Otherwise, unused checks will be shredded if not requested with 60 days after the show.

Any questions about the contract should be sent to Andy Agnew at [email protected]


March 13, 2017: The Baltimore Sun Nice article and video titled Baltimore's Bottling History on Display at Antique Show

March 3, 2013: The Baltimore Sun wrote this nice article with photographs about our 33nd Annual Show and Sale.

February 29, 2012: City Paper (Baltimore) ran a terrific front page story about our diggers and our show.

March 3, 2010: The Baltimore Guide had this nice promo for the show titled "Hit the Bottle Club Show" in the Neighborhood News section.


Historic Glasshouse

I set up at several bottle shows per year, mostly in the northeastern US.


March  – Baltimore Bottle Show


March –  – Baltimore Bottle Show


January – Little Rhody Bottle Show


October – Coventry, CT Bottle Show ??
January – Little Rhody Bottle Show


October – Coventry, CT Bottle Show
March – Baltimore, MD Bottle Show
January – Little Rhody Bottle Show


13 October 2013 – Keene, NH Bottle Show and Sale, Yankee Bottle Club

29 September 2013 – Merrimack Valley Antique Bottle Club Show, Lowell, MA

21 July 2013 – FOHBC National Antique Bottle Show, Manchester, NH

3 March 2013 – Baltimore Bottle Show

13 January 2013 – Little Rhody Bottle Club Show, North Attleboro, MA

Previous Years


October 2012 – Keene, NH Show

March 2012 – Baltimore Bottle Show

January 2012 – Little Rhody Show


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