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#2230      HEMINGRAY - CS      Threadless!!!      Light lemon-lime.

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#2230      HEMINGRAY - CS      E- 14 B        Light lemon-lime.

A very peculiar item with a threadless pinhole!  Rather than the usual threaded cavity, this one is completely smooth, and has a series of indentations around the lower portion of the pinhole.  This characteristic is similar to the indentations seen on some threadless 723  Wade type insulators.

Quite an oddity... we've never encountered another example!

A dug item, likely form a Hemingray dumpsite in the Muncie, Indiana area.  Has some surface staining, and surface blemishes.  Impact at the base edge resulted in a 1" base bruise and associated fracture which traverses up the reverse side of the insulator to the dome, then across the top of the dome.  

Possibly unique???

Update: 4:45 P.M. Saturday, February 19.  Third photo added.  Exposure is dark, but shows some of the detail inside the insulator.  Note the series of circular dark spots at consistent distances around the bottom interior of the pinhole.  Those are the indentations that go outward from the pinhole.