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We are currently accepting consignments for our popular auctions. Call now to reserve space. The largest and longest running insulator auction service with record setting prices in all categories for the past three decades. Seeking a quick turnaround for your prized insulators? Consign your jewels now to Pole Top for inclusion in our 2018 auction schedule! Online bidding requires registration....
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Huge, all color, printed Catalogues for Sale #79 can be pre-ordered for $34 each to US destinations, $45 to Canada. International, please enquire. Checks payable to "Ray Klingensmith" at the address below. Sorry, no PayPal. Catalogues will contain insulators and related items only (bottles and jars appear online only). Anyone who desires to order Catalogues for both Sale #79 and #80 (also...
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Www.OldTelephone.com We have most any old vintage antique telephone, orginal parts, signs, insulators and anything related to the old telephones. We repair too! Many working old telephones for sale. Old 5¢ payphones for sale. Old 25¢ pay telephones for sale. Working antique phones for sale. Black...
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Www.OldTelephone.com We have most any old vintage antique telephone, orginal parts, signs, insulators and anything related to the old telephones. We repair too! Many working old telephones for sale. Old 5¢ payphones for sale. Old 25¢ pay telephones for sale. Working antique phones for sale. Black...
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Antique collectible glass directory & guide for glassware collectors, antique glass bottles, vintage glassware by type, period, country, auctions, dealers. Site of a US antique glass collectors based in New York that features articles about old glass collecting. The site is divided into different...
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Glass insulators were first produced in the 1850's for use with telegraph lines. As technology developed insulators were needed for telephone lines, electric power lines, and other applications. In the mid 1960's a few people began collecting these antique glass insulators. Today there are over 3,000 insulator collectors. Insulator clubs, local and national shows, and good reference books are...
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Glass insulators were first produced in the 1850's for use with telegraph lines. As technology developed insulators were needed for telephone lines, electric power lines, and other applications. In the mid 1960's a few people began collecting these antique glass insulators. Today there are over 3,000 insulator collectors. Insulator clubs, local and national shows, and good reference books are...
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