CD 112 Hemingray AMBER!

By Bob Alexander; posted May 26, 2004

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CD 112 Hemingray -- 12 normally this is a fairly common insulator. This one is unusual because it has a nice easy to see amber streak running up the side. There are a couple of stress cracks (they don't go all the way through) in the skirt that I believe were created when the insulator was made. This was probably caused by the amber glass expanding or contracting at a different rate when it cooled and creating stress in the insulator as it was being annealed. Condition it has a ding on the very top of the insulator other than the cracks its in excellent condition. Price? $55 postpaid.