Insulators

Hemingray Glass Insulators

History of Hemingray Insulators

Insulator Photos


Style (CD) scarcity chart

Number known is a best estimate. The number is more accurate for lesser known units that we have a good handle on number known.

0 = No known examples, catalog drawings only
0.5 = Only dump example found (not whole)
1 = One of a kind
2 = Less then 10 known
3 = 11 - 50 known
4 = 51- 250 known

5 = 251 - 500 known
6 = 501-1,000 known
7 = 1,000+ but desirable shape
8 = 1,000+ but desirable color/markings
9 = 1,000+ common colors/markings
10 = 1,000+ common regardless of shape, color/marking

 

  • CD 24
  • CD 33
  • CD 100-144
  • CD 145-184
  • CD 185-189
  • CD 190-205
  • CD 206-249
  • CD 250-279
  • CD 280-289
  • CD 290-309
  • CD 315-334
  • CD 732.2
  • CD 1021-1034
  • CD 1045-1074
  • CD 1075-1096
  • CD 1099-1110
  • CD 1138
  • CD 1140
  • Miscellaneous

Collections

The "collections" section is here to showcase Hemingray made insulators that may not be embossed Hemingray but are made by them or groupings of insulators in a theme. This section is meant to be a unique look at groupings of Hemingray made insulators.

  • AM.TEL.& TEL.CO.
  • LOCKE
  • S.B.T.& T.CO.
  • CD 104 NEW ENG.TEL.& TEL.CO
  • Hemingray Insulators in Use
  • Hemingray Carnival Glass
  • Hemingray Blue
  • Dec. 19, 1871

Specialist Cataloging Projects

This section is for cataloging projects of embossings and oddities in Hemingray insulators that are beyond the scope of the general insulator guide. This area is for the Hemingray specialist.

  • Amber Streaks
  • Dots

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