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Drippy green insulators for sale

opmustard

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I have four green insulators for sale. Most of them have drippy green running through through them with an aqua background.
I posted a picture of one that I thought might have a crack in it (the worst one.) Members (thank you) on the forum posted what they thought the cracks were, almost everyone said that they weren't cracks but mold flaws (see my post Cracks or ? in the insulators section)
I really like them, but I need to start downsizing my glass.
Please, see the pictures I have posted. Most of them are vibrant aqua with drippy green running down the sides.
Price- all four $20.00 plus shipping. Paypal is O.K. if you can somehow NOT make me pay the 3.5 %. Checks are welcome, but must clear before I ship them to you.
Please, ask any questions, I'll answer them the best I can and anymore pictures just ask.
First insulator has just a diamond, it has a shallow ding on the top.
Second one is missing a drip point on the bottom. Its a BROOKFIELD.
Third one is a BROOKFIELD with what looks like a 6 and a 1. It has three missing drip points and a few damaged ones.
Fourth one is also a BROOKFIELD with NEW YORK on the back and number 1 on the top. An aqua with light green
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opmustard

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I don't the age of the insulators. Someone on the forum would know. I came across these from a nieghbor who passed away.
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BillinMo

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Diamond would be around 1900-1913.

The Brookfields are around 1906-1920. The darker colors suggest they're after production moved from Brooklyn to Old Bridge, NJ, around 1906.
 

opmustard

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Thank you again for the information on the insulators. I have a small batch of CD121's, do you have any idea when and where they were made?
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BillinMo

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I'm happy to help, but can you post a photo of your CD 121s? That style was made by many companies over a long period, roughly 1890-1930.
 

opmustard

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I'm happy to help, but can you post a photo of your CD 121s? That style was made by many companies over a long period, roughly 1890-1930.
Thank you for your offer.
I won't be able to post any pictures until next week. I hope that is o.k. with you?
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