Tag Archives: Tom Leveille

Anti-Malarial Bitters, D. T. Everts & Company – Petersburg, Virginia

Anti-Malarial Bitters, D. T. Everts & Company – Petersburg, Virginia 29 September 2014 (R•093014) (R•100314) Tom Leveille sent me the below pictures of the only known example of the open pontil and triangular Anti-Malarial Bitters in a personal Facebook message … Continue reading

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Milburn’s Kola Bitters – Winchester Virginia

Milburn’s Kola Bitters – Winchester, Virginia 25 August 2013 (R•031614) Tom Leveille teased me late last week with a bitters bottle I was not immediately familiar with, which usually means I do not have an example. The pictures he sent … Continue reading

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B.W. Totty’s Superior Tonic Bitters – Richmond, VA

“There are no known whole examples” TOM LEVEILLE Wow, here is a extremely rare and possibly unique bitters that ‘appeared’ on my Peachridge Glass facebook page. There is no listing in the Ring & Ham Bitters Bottles or Bitters Bottles … Continue reading

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Pictures of the Week 12-22-12

This is the third weekly round-up of some really nice photography from various facebook and other glass web sites.  Make sure you visit the Fresh Peach Gallery which represents the best of the best pictures from 2012. P H O … Continue reading

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The One Worth Coming Back To

The One Worth Coming Back To TOM LEVEILLE Everyone who digs bottles at some point or another will have a situation that they are faced with, for one reason or another… “Stop”. The phrase worse than “NO” when asking permission. … Continue reading

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The Bodeker Brothers brand – killer bitters from Richmond!!

Incoming Peachridge Glass facebook picture (above) and question from Tom Leveille. The Bodeker Brothers brand – killer bitters from Richmond!! Are you familiar with this bitters? TOM LEVEILLE (NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA) 29 October 2012 (R•020214) I like it when I get … Continue reading

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Barrel Series – April Fools Joke in July? Now That’s the Stuff

THAT’S THE STUFF “I haven’t seen one since, I liked the slogan so I went for it” John April No, this is not a “John” April Fools joke but a pontiled barrel that most of us have never seen or … Continue reading

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Old Carolina Bitters – Charleston

OLD CAROLINA BITTERS |Charleston 01 May 2012 (R•012815) The most delightful and healthful Tonic ever introduced to the Southern Trade I wrote a post earlier today on the extremely rare SUMTER BITTERS from Charleston, South Carolina (Read: Sumter Bitters – The … Continue reading

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Sumter Bitters – The Great Southern Tonic

Bottle picture by Tom Leveille Sumter Bitters – The Great Southern Tonic Where the American Civil War Began 01 May 2012 Decades of growing strife between North and South erupted in civil war on April 12, 1861, when Confederate artillery … Continue reading

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Cannon’s Dyspeptic Bitters – W. Morrow – Washington D.C. – Unlisted Find!

Cannon’s Dyspeptic Bitters W. Morrow,  Washington D.C. Unlisted Find! 14 April 2012 (R•051215) Last week, five (5) broken examples of a previously unknown Bitters were unearthed by three well known east coast diggers. This is extremely exciting when this happens … Continue reading

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