1990 >> May  

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   by Dick Bowman


The threadless "Confederate Egg" (recently renumbered from CD 701 to CD 701.6) has long been regarded as a class act piece. Crudely made, with nearly none identical and with a limited quantity known (probably no more than 15 in respectable condition prior to early 1990), it commanded a hefty price tag ...                    [more]


More Canadian Porcelain Signs

   by Morgan Davis - Canadian Correspondent


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Porcelain Insulator News

   by Elton Gish, NIA #41


Matt Price of Grass Valley, Oregon writes about an exciting find in his area. He found two insulators that are new styles for the M-Chart. They were still in service on a line that was built in late 1906 to supply electricity from a hydroelectric plant known as the Fremont Power Plant to gold mines in the area ...                    [more]

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