Keene Bottle Show

otto

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Yankee Bottle Club is sponsoring the Keene NH Bottle Show on 10/13/19. Beautiful Fall Colors and great bottles. To those who might be going please take some photos and post them. I picked up this Dr. Pinkhams there 40+ years ago.
 

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Road Dog

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Kool bottle. Never get tired of mine.
Dr. Thomas Pinkham made his home in Bantam, Clermont County, Ohio. His father, Capt. Andrew Pinkham (1767-1840) was a prominent Nantucket whaleman before moving his family to the Ohio River Valley east of Cincinnati after the War of 1812. Thomas earned his degree from the Cincinnati Medical College in 1828 and became a noted physician in Cincinnati. Dr. Pinkham is thought to have been the producer of an elixir for treating women’s reproductive disorders, called an
Emmenagogue
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sandchip

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I used to have one years ago. Great bottle. I've gone to the Keene show once, about 20 years or so ago and would love to go back. Great show in beautiful country.
 

otto

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Collectors Weekly printed about 50 of these unused bottles were found in an old storehouse in the 1970's .That coincides with just about the time I purchased it. The one I have Doesn't seem to have been dug.
 

saratogadriver

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Yankee Bottle Club is sponsoring the Keene NH Bottle Show on 10/13/19. Beautiful Fall Colors and great bottles. To those who might be going please take some photos and post them. I picked up this Dr. Pinkhams there 40+ years ago.


Saw one there yesterday, or was it the same bottle? it looked like a nice bright example.

Jim G
 

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