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#694 - CD 151      N.A.T. CO.   - Bright peacock blue.

  Lot # 694
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#694      CD 151      N.A.T. CO.     H.G. CO.   PATENT MAY 2ND 1893.      PETTICOAT.      Bright peacock blue.    

Produced by the Hemingray Glass Company for the North American Telegraph Company.  Communication lines owned by the North American Telegraph Company were operated in the upper Midwest.  Peacock blue examples of the CD 151 have been found primarily in Illinois, Wisconsin and Minnesota, a fairly high percentage of them along the route of the old Chicago, Burlington & Quincy Railroad. 

Excellent clarity and brightness in this choice example!

The entire outer area, including the sharp wire ridge remains in spectacular condition!  Of the 30 drip points on the inner skirt, only one has a tiny flake.  Of the 36 drip points on the outer skirt, one appears intact from the outside, but closer examination reveals a partial flake.  Fabulous condition for a Natco!