Well, I have a collection of bottles that was my mother’s. And she acquired it during the thirties and the forties. And they’re bottles about this high and each of them is a beautiful colored glass, some of them decorated as well as being colored glass. She acquired most of them in small barber shops in small towns throughout the state of Iowa. And this was during the time I was growing up and I usually would go into the barber shop. It was my job to look for the red and white barber pole if we went into a new town. And then we would go in and my mother would say, “Do you have any of those colored bottles that you used to use?” They had become obsolete in about 1930, it was a federal food and drug law that was passed that said that barbers could no longer refill from a gallon jug of oil or shampoo or whatever, and that they had to buy a fresh bottle. So, these bottles became obsolete and they just stuck them in the back room. Well, they became very collectible and my mother had admired colored glass for a long time, so she started collecting them along with lots of other people. So that’s why I have her collection now.