This cool insulator is a carnival coated insulator by pyrex.Many of these carnival pyrex are
huge,but this one is about as tall as a CD104 Pennycuick pony.When I got this in,I was expecting a 15 pound parcel,but the
box and insulator only weighed 2 pounds.What a surprise!
Look at the boogers,coccons and fizz in this Erricson Telegraphos.Only in a foreign
Another really gorgeous insulator,this one below is so cram packed with snow and champagne
bubbles that it is almost opaque!
This nice pair are both Brookfield made.The one on the left is a CD110 and books $400 while
the one on the right is a CD147 and books at $5.Why such a major value difference?The CD147 was widely used right after it's
patent but the 110 was not so widely used.The CD110 is downright rare!
Murph's law...All the good one's are usually chipped.Case and point,the Hemingray 40 with
the veils and strings of steam and bubbles.
When collecting,I tend to like the champagne bubbly pieces.Below is a Hemi blue Hemi 19 that
is crammed with micro bubbles,finding these with this much fizz is not too common.