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glass insulator

Gary G. Cranfill

glass insulator

a comprehensive reference

by Gary G. Cranfill

  • 49 Want to read
  • 15 Currently reading

Published in Sacramento, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electric insulators and insulation -- Glass.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 142-143.

    Statementby Gary G. Cranfill and Greg A. Kareofelas. Photos. by Greg A. Kareofelas.
    ContributionsKareofelas, Greg A., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK3246 .C7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination144 p.
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5463556M
    LC Control Number73166228

    The definitive, must-have guide for all glass insulator collectors! Latest edition. This book is the only one in print that lists all known styles, embossings and colors, as well as an approximate value for each. This is the only book available with detailed mechanical drawings of almost every Brookfield Insulator. If you are a serious glass insulator collector or just a casual Brookfield insulator collector, you will want one of these books for your reference library! It is beautifully published to last several lifetimes. $38 ppd.

    Shop for-and learn about-Vintage Glass Insulators. Insulators were originally designed to keep the wires linking telegraphs and telephones insulated from. glass insulators value - The Definitive This is the first book ever to graphically demonstrate the hundreds of beautiful colors to be found on insulators throughout the world. There are over seven hundred color photographs, each with a descriptive caption to guide both the beginner and advanced collector through a huge assortment of designs.

    This is a blue\/green glass insulator, marked; Heminggray, made in USA. It is wrapped in copper wire that spirals up to hold any number of things, photos, business cards, recipes, cards, etc. It . The California Glass Insulator Co. changed its name to California Glass Works on Janu when it was incorporated with a capital stock of $,; subscribed $ The following directors were named — J. G. Orth, John Morris, William Schade, M. L. Orcutt, Charles L. Eshelman, J. D. Taggart and Shirley Meyre.


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2: Most about insulators. by Marion C Milholland | Glass insulator book 1, Unknown Binding More Buying Choices $ (2 used offers) Porcelain and toughened glass insulators for overhead power lines ( kV and upwards) (British standard ) by British Standards. Edition The definitive, must-have guide for all glass insulator collectors.

This book lists all known styles, embossings and colors, as well as an approximate value for each. The continuous spiral binding allows the book to lie flat for reference work.

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