Something Different in Hemingray
| ||by Glenn & Sandra Drummond|
A few months ago a friend of ours saw us at the Washington Court House flea
market and told Sandra that he had an insulator that we might be interested in.
They disappeared into the crowd, and about 30 minutes later Sandra returned
glassy-eyed and mumbled something like: "You've got to see this to believe
Expanding Horizons of Insulator Collecting
| ||by Alan Rodgers|
A well endowed collector should consider alternative areas of collecting in
addition to insulators. To many collectors, looking only for insulators soon
become the "same old thing". They become tired of collecting, and lose
interest, especially after reaching the high-priced area. I consider myself
Porcelain Insulator News
| ||by Jack H. Tod|
Emma Almeida (One Bay View Dr., Shrewsbury, MA 01545) just reported finding
what seems to me to rate as the classic of all classics. The preliminary drawing
of this Imperial pin type shown here is from a very good sketch and measured
dimensions sent by Emma.
Insulators in England
Pictured below are some of England's white porcelain insulators. (Disregard
white tags on insulators.)
Following are five pages reproduced from Practical Telephone Handbook
(printed about the turn of the century) owned by Chris Weston of England, which
will give us a better insight into the insulator situation in that country.