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.
Join us on September 25th at 7:30 for the Ohio Bottle Club monthly meeting. A slide show on Mechanical Banks will highlight the evening. The slide show was assembled by the late Doc Ford. Refreshments will be munchies. Don’t forget to attend the Richfield Antique Bottle Show and Sale. We could use a few more displays. Visitors are welcome. Meeting location.
Don’t forget the Richfield Bottle Show and Sale on September 28th from 9 am to 2 pm. If you are interested in Displaying your collection at the show, please contact John Fifer at (330) 461-0069. We could use a few more displays. The Hospitality room the evening
Lots 1 through 27 are from the collection of the late Paul Hadley of Westfield, Massachusetts. Paul was an avid collector of antique bottles and flasks for over 40-years, regularly attending and participating in many of the shows and auctions held in the Northeast.
Start off this September’s “Collector’s Weekend in Richfield, Ohio” by participating in the Western Reserve Insulator Club’s 4th Annual “Octoberfest” show starting at 10am on Saturday, September 27th at the historic Richfield Masonic Hall. The venue will include a great lunch featuring bratwurst and (root)beer.
When Cleveland’s Leisy Brewing Company closed its door for the last time in 1958, it marked the end of one of America’s longest surviving family breweries. Today it is best remembered by collectors who treasure both the pre-prohibition and later memorabilia
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