One killer CD 121 CANADA that is full of bubbly spit swirls,milk,and seed bubbles.What a
These CD155 Hemingray - 45's are extremely common,but not this one!Crammed full of thousands
of tiny champagne bubbles,this is a very rare occurrance in newer Hemingray pieces because of perfected glass
pouring techniques eliminating the bubbles.Also as an added bonus,the embossing "Heming" is only 3/16th " tall with the rest
of the embossing "RAY-45" being almost 1/4" tall.Obviously 2 different sized letter stamps were used on this mould.
Another wildly fantastic insulator,a CD121 AM TEL & TEL CO in champagne bubbly green
aqua.The inside of this piece looks like a fresh goblet of bubbly was just poured.This was a missed goodie from eBay,overlooked
by everyone else because of a poor picture.
Another incredible piece.Picked this bad boy out of a bucket full of commons,scrubbed the
dirt off and was stunned!Tons of pinhead sized seed bubbles plus very primitive and crude to boot!
This was a real treat.I snagged this diamond Canadian pony at a shop and noticed it
had carbon lines and veils of micro bubbling from domeside down to the middle of the skirt.Fantastically shown details in
Anyone who has collected for as long as 6 months knows that almost all Hemi 40's found are
plain and boring,but once in awhile you find one worth something.This one is packed with snow and micro fizzies giving it
the alka seltzer look.Awesome in a water display!