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MY SMALL COLLECTION.

ROBBYBOBBY64

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I have 10 insulators. First the color ones. From left to right-Electric blue Hemingray-19, lime green W.U. 5A patent Dec 19, 1871, Aqua blue Hemingray patent May 2, 1899 it is an error and should be 1893, Aqua blue H.G. Co. Patent May 2, 1893, Brookfield New York Emerald green with brown swirls, Rootbeer brown Armstrong S-47.
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Error insulator.
Armstrong No. 9, T.V.Antenna insulator, Hemingray 43, Whitall Tatum No. 1.
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ROBBYBOBBY64

Well-Known Member
Jan 11, 2020
1,451
113
New Jersey
Nice collection! Ive got one about the same size, but they were all given to me so i dont really know much about them or insulators in general. They look awesome in a window sill though
They do belong in a window, an illuminated glass shelving or even on a desk as a paper weight. There is no wrong placement. People make them into lamps. Limited only by our imagination.
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