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Pole Top Discoveries" March Sale #2103 (Closed #358116)

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#1064      CD 133.4      Unmarked.      Blue with opaque streak.

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#1064      CD 133.4      Unmarked.      Blue with opaque streak.

A yarn-like, opaque streak meanders down the side of the pinhole.  A jelly bean size bubble in the reverse skirt rounds out the character in this old jewel.

 A "bullet" style insulator possibly produced in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area.  This mold variant has been referred to by many collectors the "Wormser" type.  The Wormser Glass Company is a possible manufacturer, but no definitive evidence of that theory has surfaced.

This type insulator is known in several different hues, making them popular with collectors seeking an attractive color run of bullets.

Although not a dark or vivid blue shade, this example is quite attractive and contrasts very well with light green, pink, amethyst and other colors available in this mold type.

Small surface scrape can be seen at extreme left edge of skirt in the photo (minor)  Three relatively small, shallow flakes on the base (a couple seen in photo).  Shallow, one inch base flake.