South Jersey's Antique Bottle & Glass Club's Annual Show at Batsto Village Sept 26

The South Jersey's Antique Bottle & Glass Club will be holding their 21st Annual Bottle & Antique Show & Sale at Historic Batsro Village on September 26, 2004.Show Chairman Paul Delguercio explains, "this is an outdoor show set up around the Mansion at Batsto Village.

Batsto was an iron forge in the 1770's where cannon balls were made for the Revolutionary War. It then became a glass factory in the 1860's. The show features over 80 dealers, around half are bottle dealers and the rest have table top antiques and furniture."

Last year the show's attendance was over 6,000 people. The show runs from 9am to 4pm. Delguercio adds, "admittance is free and there is plenty of food available. Tables are also always available if dealers are interested."

The show is located (from the south off Rte 30) on Rte 542 Pleasant Mills Road, 7 miles north of Hammonton, New Jersey; and, (from the north) take exit 52 on the Garden State Parkway and follow signs (15 miles) to Batsto Village.

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