You people need to start getting along with each other.
It's OK to disagree as long as it doesn't resort to name calling, threatening, etc.....
Next time it might result in people being banned from the forum.
If the shoe fits..........
7:30 tonight on channel 9 WMUR TV Manchester, NH.
I believe that this has the exibit at the Peterborough Historical society that Michael George, Earlyglass, is participating in.
Tim, here's a picture of my drum set.[:)]
1971 Ludwig Rockers in Psychedelic Red. COB Pre-serial number Supraphonic snare drum. Zildjian Cymbals. DW bass & Hi-hat pedals. yamaha stands. Roc-n-soc drum throne.
I've been playing the same kit for 40 years.[;)]
I just listed a nice "Dr. Kennedy's Medical Discovery, Roxbury, Mass." bottle on ebay.
This bottle is really nice and has a lot of character.
As of today, Roger has made Eric, cowseatmaize, a new moderator on this forum.
We sould all thank Eric for volunteering for this position and I'm sure he'll do a good job of helping Roger and I moderating this fine antique bottle forum.[:)]
I'm selling my Farley's Ink bottle on eBay if anyone is interested.
No reserve...... to the highest bidder.
I'll be listing more of my bottles on eBay in the days to come.
I just received the September, 2010 Antique Bottle and Glass Collector magazine and was pleasantly surprised to find a nice article about "New Hampshire Glass: From function to form" by Mike George, aka Earlyglass here on the forum.
Also a link to the New Hampshire Glassmakers website...