New site by a new collector (as of 3/2002). The main aim of this site is to provide some basic info and tips to those who are new to or interested in collecting insulators. Over time I will continue adding photos of my own collection as well.
Photos and stories about our collection of Insulators, Go-Withs, High Voltage Signs, Surge stuff and much much more. A little about us, our first sales table, our first show display and on to a few suggestions for the new collectors.
Come on in and visit, there’s no admission charge, no pop up banners and no annoying ads.
Insulator collecting in Europe. On this page are lot of photo from my collection, for the most part European Insulators. On this page are information of European Insulators and list from the European Insulator collectors. I hope lot of Insulator collector will find lot of new friends in Europe.
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My personal insulator collecting homepage. I am currently concentating on Australian and foreign glass. Lots of reference information and photos on-line. Now featuring an "Insulator of the Month" page. New photos and information being added all the time.
This site was created to share with others some of the things that are important to me, collecting Insulators, Bottles, Fruit Jars, Date Nails and Transit Tokens. Take a tour and enjoy. Comments are welcome.
Still in construction phase, but don't let that stop you. Come on in and visit. Photos of my Lynchburg collection, Lois' strains and arrestors, shots of the London/Springfield traveling show and much, much more.
...or what's left in the Old Dominion! Site includes photos of select pieces of the webmaster's collection, recent hunts and finds, various history, as well as pieces found, or in, the collections of close friends.
Listing of North American glass factories that did, or are believed to have produced, glass insulators for telephone, telegraph and electric power lines. Includes full company names, dates of operation, and other background information of possible interest to collectors of antique insulators, bottles & fruit jars as well as other types of glass. My site also includes a list of glass manufacturers' marks found embossed on bottles, and information on 19th century Louisville, KY glass factories. Stop by and check it out!
Frantisek has the biggest collection in Europe, in Czech Republic. He has 5000 different Insulators, and old electric things. He collect all type of Insulators, from the 3 mm long rods to the big 3 metre long strains, include the pin, rod, suspension, spool, radio, and all of types.
A presentation of my entire collection. Each insulator is pictured, along with typical catalog information such as when and where it was acquired, color, condition, description and more. There's also a short description of how I started collecting, descriptions of displays I have done over the years, and my want list.