Tag Archives: Kalamazoo

Houston paths and long forgotten scenes – Part III

I can only imagine what must be beneath the soil, along the banks, beneath the criss-crossing Interstate Highway overpasses, under the office towers and parking lots and beneath the bayou when I take my frequent runs or when I walk … Continue reading

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Fire Grenades – Great Form and Color for Collectors

The grenade was thrown at the base of the fire so the glass would smash and release the chemicals – putting out the fire. Recently I have written and posted about collectible antique Glass Paperweights, Target Balls, Marbles, Witch Balls, Fly Traps, Glass Fishing Floats, Lightning … Continue reading

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Is the Best Bitters in America the Best Bitters in America?

Is the Best Bitters in America the Best Bitters in America? 07 March 2012 While at my two (2) tables at the Baltimore Antique Bottle Show this past weekend, I was alerted to the presence of a Best Bitters in … Continue reading

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Kalamazoo Celery Pepsin Bitters – Get Some for (from) your Wife

This is why I collect Bitters. Today I started my photography of  bottles obtained in 2011. I usually do this in the winter when the light and sun is just right. Well, I’m cataloging an unlisted labeled bitters which I … Continue reading

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