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2020 Milwaukee Antique Bottle and Advertising Club Show and Sale

2020 Milwaukee Antique Bottle and Advertising Club Show and Sale

Sunday, February 2, 2020 48th Annual Show and Sale - the Midwest's premier antique bottle and advertising event.

The 48th annual antique bottle and advertising show and sale will be held on February 2nd, 2020 at the Waukesha Expo Center which is the same location as last year.

The show features 150 dealer tables in a spacious well-lit facility. There will be door prizes and educational exhibits. It happens just once a year to be sure not to miss it.

Click on the image to the left for a copy of the flyer or to contact the show chairman.

Author: David Kapsos
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2019 Milwaukee Antique Bottle and Advertising Club Show and Sale

2019 Milwaukee Antique Bottle and Advertising Club Show and Sale

47th Annual Show and Sale - Sunday, February 3, 2019

The 2019 Milwaukee Antique Bottle show is history now. The show location was the Waukesha Expo Center which is 30 miles west of Milwaukee. Show chairman Dave Kapsos reported that there were more than 150 dealer sales tables and more than 450 paid admissions. Dealers reported brisk sales and many pieces of rare historic glass and advertising items changed hands.

The show featured a number of exhibits by collectors and several door prizes were awarded.

There were three outstanding presentations. Topics included
- The Waukesha Water Wars by John Schoenknect
- Wisconsin Territorial Merchant Stoneware by Henry Hecker
- The History of Thomas Holmes Girl in the Moon by Linda Hoffman

This show is once per year. The 2020 show show will bey be held on February 2nd in the same location.
Author: Dave Kapsos
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2017 Milwaukee Antique Bottle and Advertising Club Show and Sale

2017 Milwaukee Antique Bottle and Advertising Club Show and Sale

The 2017 show was a huge success. The market for antique bottles and advertising in the Midwest is very strong. All of the 150 tables were sold far in advance of the show. At the opening Dave and Debbie Kapsos pre-sold over 150 admission tickets to the anxious collectors queued up to get in so when the doors opened at 9 am the aisles were quickly flooded with people. Admissions were up significantly over previous years - almost 600 general admissions.  Dealers reported strong sales. There were some outstanding pieces brought in by dealers and some of the attendees brought in some great pieces as well. The room is spacious with wide aisles and good lighting. The 2018 show will be at a new location at the Waukesha Expo Center.
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