SAVE THE DATE: Baltimore Antique Bottle Club's new Show Date: September 26, 2021
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Calling all New Englanders!! Come join The Little Rhody Bottle Club. Three swap meets and one show every year.
ALWAYS SOME BOTTLES AND COLLECTIBLES AT OUR STORE - SHORE ANTIQUE CENTER, 413 Allen Ave, Allenhurst, NJ 07711. Open 7 days - Come visit 14,000 square feet of stuff. Fresh plunder arriving daily. Chris Myer, Glen Vogel usually around.
Visit the Museum of the Mountain West, Montrose, CO to view one of the largest collections of embossed and labeled patent medicines in the U.S.
The Capital Region Antique Bottle Club has announced their show will take place in the summer instead of Oct. July 18th is the date we chose. This will be an outdoor show with 25ft. spaces and ample parking. The show will be at the Mabee Farm along the Mohawk River, Exit 1 (rt.5s) off of 890. The cost per space will be $30.00. There will not be food but it can be procured if enough people want it. We hope to see you all there. Our contacts are: Adam Stoddard 518-256-7663; email: email@example.com, or: Phil Bernnard 518-429-7641; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The National Bottle Museum is announcing our 2021 museum show taking place on the first Sunday in June. Outdoor spots will again be available as well as indoor tables. Social distancing will be observed as well as masks, unless otherwise notified. Tables will be $40.00 and admission will be $5.00. Early admission is again at 8am and will be 15.00. Food will be available on the grounds as well as free parking. We look forward to seeing everyone again, for a great time. If there is inclement weather shelter for outside dealers will be provided. Contact the museum at 518-885-7589.
ANTIQUES ON FIRST - 919 FIRST ST. BENICIA, CA. When visiting the S.F. Bay Area or Napa Wine Country, be sure to stop in nearby historic downtown Benicia; a nationally designated small town “Main Street” with shops, restaurants and magnificent Bay views. Also location of the Gold Rush era brick State Capitol museum, Civil War Camel Barns military/ local museum, and legendary former waterfront Bottle Digging bonanza of the West (“Benicia Glass”, Balto torpedoes, cathedrals, sodas, bitters, pontiles). ANTIQUES ON FIRST has a rotating selection of locally dug BOTTLES, Clocks, Militaria, Railroadiana, Art, Advertising and more. Open Wed thru Sun 12:00 (often earlier) to 5:30