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Ben Tucker, NE
I found these from a pre-auction sale in Iowa just east of Des Moines. A super, nice, old couple that was putting on the auction let me nab these four a week before the auction started. They were found in an old wagon behind a barn along with 400-500 other insulators. The insulators had been there for 30-40 years and were covered in mud and dirt, etc. They took all of the insulators out of the wagon and hosed them off - these four were hiding in the pile. I am assuming they came off the Rock Island Railroad since that railway ran thru the town the auction was in.
|CD 133 bright yellow olive green and CD 151 dark yellow green with olive and milk bands and swirls|
|CD 151 dark yellow olive green and CD 151 depression green|
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