All three will be up as spinners on the Wisconsin Antique & Advertising Club website soon. 03/05/2014 Additions to the galleries are made every day.Jon Steiner has written an article about Cunningham for the club's August newsletter. Click on this stoneware stamp to see the whole Milwaukee antique bottle then explore to find more treasure!Back in 1974 or 1975 a collector offered her 0 apiece for them. Cindy decide they were better off in the hands of someone who appreciated them.She tried to sell them in Florida but there was no interest.There have been other glass manufacturers involved in the production of Avon glassware, although I am not sure of their identities, if so.If you have pertinent information in that regard, please feel free to contact me!If you simply want to be part of an amazing positive community of collectors you will love this club. 01/06/2013 Nate continues to add Wisconsin Antique bottle images. Steven 12/19/2012 An Antique Wisconsin Oakton Mineral Spring Water Jug, A nicely decorated Maxfield butter churn and a Hermann cobalt flowered crock just turned up. Found in an antique shop for with an 18% discount offered. Great Wisconsin antique bottle and advertising news to report. I have a special little Christmas story for Wisconsin collectors. Mark Nelson's Crandon Hutch and Peter Maas's Amber blob soda just to start. Thanks to the Madison Four Lakes Dive Club for a gracious event last week and I'm looking forward to a big bottle hunt with you all. One a paper label medicine from Janesville and another Hermann Pig. 08/28/2011 Lots of new Wisconsin antique bottle images to see on the site. One of my best lifelong friends just got scuba certified.These very nice people I recently met went to buy an oil painting. The Milwaukee Bottle Club will be putting on a second fall show at the Domes! The club is taking the promotion of the antique bottle collecting a lot more serious going forward. 'Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse; The pontils were displayed by the chimney with care, In hopes that Alonzo Blossom soon would join them there; Click here for the rest of the story. If you are having trouble finding them this advertisement is a clue. On his first hunt ever he found bottles we have never seen... Thanks to Joe Wheeler for sending in images of incredible rarities... Welcome Jim Pribbernow to a lifetime of adventure!!!
Although the small bottle to hold perfume was first made before the time of ancient Egypt, it is the nineteenth- and twentieth-century examples that interest today's collector.Some of the less abundant pieces in this pattern may demand decent prices, but the most common pieces are still around in rather large quantities (such as the goblets, shown here) and can be seen frequently at antique stores and flea markets.The goblets (small wine glasses) were made over a number of years, and the base embossing may differ slightly from piece to piece.I gave up and joined Jon Steiner and dozens of other collectors in an amazing new club. It is all of the fun, interest and adventure without the negativity. 12/14/2012 It is actually hard to believe some of the great antique bottles and stoneware that show up.If you love the objects of Wisconsin's past and crave the information that makes them important I highly recommend this club. I look forward to seeing long time collectors and meeting new ones. Look at this pontiled pint Dr Bourbon's Aromatic Forest Bitters from Madison. 12/06/2012 Hard to believe another year almost over.