Insulator Tidbits

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Most collectors refer to CD 187 and CD 188s as mine insulators. They were really Duplex Insulators used with a double threaded pin. The Browns Pony was installed on the bottom thread; a regular insulator held the top thread position. J White - Indianapolis, IN


CREB beehives come with the following shop numbers (letters) on their crowns: 00, 1, 2, 3, ..., 22, 23, A, and B. There are some double number pieces (one number vertically higher on the dome than another): 16/15, 16/15, 19/15, 19/16, 19/17 (the 19 is disoriented). Some odd pieces exist with numbers (and/or letters) on both crowns: 11&4, 11&14, 12&A, 13&4 (some look to be an 18&4), 14&4. L. Brewer - Chambersburg, PA

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