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#2871      DUQUESNE  G. CO.      DUQUESNE  G. CO.         Cornflower blue.

Buy-It-Now: $150.

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#2871       CD 106.1        DUQUESNE  G. CO.      DUQUESNE  G. CO.         Cornflower blue.      

Note... this is the much scarcer variant with "Duquesne G. Co." embossed on both mold halves.

The Duquesne Glass Company operated a glass factory in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania area for a period of time in the early 1900's.  They produced a limited number of communication style insulators, including this pony design which is generally referred to by collectors as the "peak top" Duquesne.  

Blue examples of the CD 106.1 were used in limited numbers, primarily in western Pennsylvania and eastern Ohio.

A wonderful example with excellent clarity in the glass, and very strong embossing on both sides.

Exceptional unused appearance!  Very very near mint.

Buy-Now Price: $150.


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