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I have a table this weekend at my brother's garage sale. Lol! No really, I have some stuff I think would sell non-bottle related. I might put out a couple bottles because I have so many but nothing too amazing. He is relocating out in Arizona. Good luck with your sale. I'm gonna miss him, his wife and my nephew. Used to be 1/2 hour away now days away. Oh well.
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Here’s some pictures of my morning wood..
I carved this cottonwood root, using an old rusty drawknife. Drilled some holes, and pounded some pins in place. I mounted it on top of an even uglier board. Rustic.. lol
 

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Hello, I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Nicholas and I’m from Montana..
I got the glass bug when I was hiking/ hunting, and found a purple solarized glass bottle bottom. Since then I have been collecting bottles from the Yellowstone river. I have been fascinated with old American glass insulators lately. Just thought I would share my collection of insulators that I scrounged up in the last couple months. My collection is expanding rapidly, but will most likely end abruptly. Like all my other hobbies, LOL...

Hello, I just wanted to introduce myself. My name is Nicholas and I’m from Montana..
I got the glass bug when I was hiking/ hunting, and found a purple solarized glass bottle bottom. Since then I have been collecting bottles from the Yellowstone river. I have been fascinated with old American glass insulators lately. Just thought I would share my collection of insulators that I scrounged up in the last couple months. My collection is expanding rapidly, but will most likely end abruptly. Like all my other hobbies, LOL...
Very nice collection! I've never seen an insulator like that one before.
 

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Duquesne glass co CD 106.1 “peak top”, cornflower blue, it has interesting diamond shapes below the wire groove. I am unsure of the purpose.
And Surge brand CD 100, made by hemingray for the Babson bros of Chicago, an electric fence insulator. On the right is a hemingray 42 for size comparison.
 

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