A smaller than normal group enjoyed a presentation by Brian Gray about 19th century plates. Many of his plates were obtained at auction from those dollar box lots at the end with stuff nobody wants. Brian was in true Halloween spirit dress as a bottle dump. See all the great pictures.
I will be taking orders for shirts and sweat shirts at the October Meeting. I have included an order form for those not attending the meeting. Please pick up at the meeting or add $5 per item if I need to mail it to you. T-shirts $7, Golf Shirts with pocket $11, Crew neck sweat shirts $15 and Hoodie sweat shirts $20.
The OBC has just added the Kalamazoo Antique Bottle Club Newsletter to the right sidebar. Newsletter editor Allan C. Holden does a nice job. The Newsletter joins the Findlay Newsletter and Koval Komments as we continue to offer the latest bottle news. The Classified page is up and running.
The OBC Richfield Antique Bottle Show and Sale is history. An impressive collection of sale bottles and displays highlighted the 5 hour show on Sunday September 28. The festivities started with a Hospitality Room on Saturday night featuring pulled beef, fried chicken, potato soup, baked beans,
Two auctions highlight October. The North American Glass auction and the American Glass Gallery. The North American Glass auction is now open and features 393 fruit jars, 13 flasks, 17 bitters and more. John Pastor’s American Glass Gallery opens on October 15th with some outstanding items. Visit both sites to view their selections. See links below to each auction.